dyiter

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10:15 Dec 27, 2000
Norwegian to English translations [PRO]
Medical
Norwegian term or phrase: dyiter
Det de ikke vet er at når nyrene stadig vekk blir dyiter fulle av masse vitaminer og mineraler som skal skylles ut, kan det skapes en ubalance i kroppen.
David Rumsey
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Local time: 04:19
English translation:see comments
Explanation:
What they don´t know is that when the kidneys are often stuffed with lots of vitamins and minerals that are to be washed out, an unbalance can be created in the body.

The word dyiter is probably misspelled and it should be dytter =stuff.

Good luck !

Tone
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Tone Wittmann
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9 days
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Explanation:
What they don´t know is that when the kidneys are often stuffed with lots of vitamins and minerals that are to be washed out, an unbalance can be created in the body.

The word dyiter is probably misspelled and it should be dytter =stuff.

Good luck !

Tone

Tone Wittmann
Local time: 13:19
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37 days
dytter


Explanation:
Waht they don't know is that when the kidneys are often plugged with lots of minerals and minerals that need up to be flushed out, an imbalance in the body can occur.

Dytter (sp)= stop (up), plug, block up (fx a hole).

NB = Imbalance not unbalance





    Ref: Bla Ordbok. Kunnskapsforlaget.Oslo .p85.
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