Dyna-Lode Equine nutritional supplement has become very popular with equine breeders, race horse trainers and pleasure horse owners. It has a soybean lecithin base, with choline, vitamins, biotin and selenium. Dyna-Lode Equine is protected by a US patent with claims directed to its beneficial effects on progesterone deficient mares.

To researchers in cellular biology, the body is a huge collection of cells, each having a highly specialized function, forming the structure of different organ systems. There are blood cells, muscle cells, bone cells, nerve cells and cells that form the reproductive and other organ systems. Cell numbers and variety are beyond description. As living tissue, they are in a constant state of change as they repair, multiply and respond to the needs of the body.

Individual cell health is critical because it ultimately determines the basic health status of the entire body. Healthy, vigorous cells are reflected in the animal's "quality of life" which is measured as responsiveness, tone, speed, behavior and reproductive capability.
Without optimum cell health, top performance will not be achieved.

The Function of Soybean Lechitin in Dyna-Lode Equine
Very high quality soybean lecithin supplies a major source of phospholipids and glycolipids, which are identical to those forming the outer membrane of all animal cells. In addition to the phospholipid and glycolipids, soybean lecithin contains Omega 3 fatty acids which are needed for maximum sheen and texture of the coat.

The Benefits are Cumulative
It may take as long as three weeks for improved cellular function when utilizing a dietary supplement. This is especially true in the geriatric animal where the entire cell structure may be nutritionally starved.

Dyna-Lode is a dual-phased supplement
Phase One: Phospholipids and glycolipids are emulsifying agents and enhance absorption of oil and water soluble vitamins, as well as lipids from the diet.

Phase Two: Following absorption from the intestine, vitamins and fatty acids are utilized as follows in cell metabolism:

Phospholipids Glycolipids
...Major cell membrane components

Oleic, Linoleic and Linolenic Acids
...Essential unsaturated fatty acids

Choline, Methionine and Inositol
...Lipotropic nutrients

Choline and Ethanolamine
...Neurotransmitter precursors

Zinc, Vitamin E and Selenium
...Coenzymes in Metabolism and Cell Antioxidants

B-Vitamin Complex
...Enzyme and catlysts for metabolism

What Dyna-Lode Equine is NOT

    1. Dyna-Lode Equine does not "cure" any condition, it is a nutritional supplement.

    2. Dyna-Lode Equine contains no medications.

    3. Dyna-Lode Equine is not a "tonic."

    4. Dyna-Lode Equine is not a "stimulant."

What Soybean Lecithin DOES

    1. Soybean lecithin offers dietary, enhancement based on the nutritional needs of the horse, through improved absorption of nutrients.

    2. Soybean lecithin provides a supplement of phospholipids and glycolipids required by
    the animal's cells based on recent discoveries in cellular physiology.

    3. Soybean lecithin increases dietary choline via high levels of phospatidylcholine.

    4. Soybean lecithin is a source of Omega 3 fatty acids.

Notes on the relationship between soybean lecithin and choline.

"Choline-loading" refers to the use of choline or soybean lecithin as nutritional supplements to increase choline, the rate limiting precursor of acetylcholine. Acetylcholine is the most widely distributed neurotransmitter in the nervous system. Research has suggested the benefits of choline and/or soybean lecithin in many areas, including muscle tone and function, urinary tract function, and improved behavior responses. In addition, systems benefiting from choline-loading include digestive, cardiovascular, respiratory and reproductive. It is also clear that increased oral consumption of soybean lecithin, choline or both, elevates level of acetylcholine in the plasma and brain.

Soybean lecithin is clearly the preferred oral-vehicle for choline-loading because it is less susceptible to bacterial degradation in the intestine which results in improved absorption.

(1) S.J. Harless, DVM and Clavin C. Turbes, DVM; Veterinary Medicine/Small Animal Clinician 77(8); 1223 ff, Aug.1982.

Click here to learn more about the role of Phospholipids, Glycolipids, B vitamins and Coenzyme Q-10 in cellular health.


Pricing and Packaging:
Sold in 5 lb. plastic containers (40 day supply)

  • Powder may be mixed into diet by pouring over grain.
  • Dosage:
    Mares: 2 oz. daily
    Stallions: 2 oz. daily
    Foals: 1 oz daily

Veterinary Clinics please call 1-402-393-7949 for pricing disounts.


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