Coconut Oil vs. Soybean Oil

To: Dr. Dan

Dania F.

Your oils use to contain coconut oil. Why have you eliminated coconut
oil from weight check oil?

Hello Dania, hope all is great.

It was the old H2Oil that contained coconut oil but it was discountined a couple of years ago.

I have to say that even I myself didn't think I could create and offer a better product than the old H2Oil (with coconut oil) but I did!

For a short while we offered both but after the introduction of the GMO-FREE Weight Check Oil it was obvious by the amount being ordered and reordered and the results people were sharing, that there just wasn't a reason to have both.

The Weight Check Oil contains the oil from the soy bean— not simply soybean. Trust me it is not the same if that is a concern. Gallons upon gallons are poured everyday for horses across the world. Please know that if it wasn't any good and the right thing to do, I simply would not even have it. Also keep in mind that my own horses (test herd- if you may) and hundreds of others that I'm connected to receive the same each day and have now for years.

A major factor too is that I have complete control over the product from the farm where the beans are grown all the way to the jug.  …THIS is a MAJOR issue for me as we strive to literally have complete control on all products source wise. You can trust that the source is not genetically modified and is verified by me! It took me several years to find this source and I am extremely happy and proud that I did! It is cold-pressed processed (not heat) and contains NO Hydrogenated Or Processed Fats!

As for analysis there is very little difference in Omega 3 and 6 however omega 9 is significantly higher in Weight Check: :
H2oil: 24% Oleic (omega 9) , Weight Check 34% (this more than makes up for the coconut oil. there is slightly less Lauric acid in the weight check but both are around 1% or less anyway AND we got a number of complaints with the "solids" in H2oil and not being able to get them out of the jar..  this is just not an issue with the Weight Check)
H2oil: (omega 6) 51%…  Weight Check (omega 6), 51.47%
H2oil (omega 3) 8 %… Weight Check  (omega 3) 8.31%

I know that you will find the Weight Check Oil to be "weigh" better than anything else available. I truly believe and man agree that there's nothing like it.

I appreciate you asking and letting me "weigh" in! :-)

I hope the above is helpful and you will consider. Thanks for your support!

Dr. Dan

Cindy asks about horse’s allergies… soy and our Weight Check Oil

Cindy B.

Dr. Dan, my racehorse was blood tested because she had breathing
problems.  The results detected allergies to soy, grass, and about 20
other items.  I am afraid to use the weight check product because it
is soy based.  Do you have any other recommendations?

Hi Cindy,

First, I'm going to include a link to my article about Allergies in the Library (same Library also has audios about same). I don't know if you've ever reviewed them or not but, you can check over again if you like.

You'll see that I even mention in them about my opinion that allergy tests are useless. They always seem to come back to things that you cant possibly keep a horse away from— grass as you mentioned is a perfect example.

The weight check oil contains the oil from the soy bean— not simply soybean. Trust me it is not the same and Weight Check Oil has performed admirably through the years. Gallons upon gallons are poured everyday for horses across the world even. If it wasn't any good I simply would not even have it. Keep in mind that my own horses (test herd- if you may) receive the same.

I do believe that if you stay on course with the feeding program 100% with the 3 components of RED CAL, Weight Check Oil, and JAO that you will love the results.

I appreciate you checking with me first and hope this helps.

Thanks so much for your support and keep me posted on everything this season!

Dr. Dan