AnimónComplex is a natural product of vegetable origin, obtained from quinoa grain, and which combines the benefits of iron, folic acid and vitamin B12.

Benefits and Indications


Cognitive and psychological function

AnimonComplex contributes to brain health, keeping the neurons healthy, improving brainpower and favoring learning. It also helps boost morale.

Blood folate levels

AnimonComplex favors normal homocysteine metabolism.

Energy metabolism

AnimonComplex contributes to the optimal performance of energy metabolism, reducing the sensation of fatigue and tiredness.


AnimonComplex favors the synthesis of red blood cells and hemoglobin, combating anemia.

OTHER BENEFITS of supplementation with ANIMONCOMPLEX

  • It aids DNA and RNA synthesis, which is essential to maintain cells in good order and for the proper formation of genetic material.
  • It favors amino acid synthesis and the proper synthesis of proteins.
  • It contributes to the optimal functioning of the immune system.

Recommended for:

  • improving nervous system function and increasing brainpower (concentration, reasoning and learning).
  • boosting psychological function in cases of depression, anxiety, stress or apathy.
  • increasing folate levels and maintaining homocysteine within normal ranges. High homocysteine levels are
  • linked with a greater risk of heart disease, loss of memory and osteoporosis.
  • increasing the number of red blood cells and hemoglobin, and forestalling the appearance of anemia.
  • improving energy metabolism and feeling healthy and lively.
  • improving immune system function, favoring the synthesis of proteins and keeping your cells healthy and in good order.
  • situations of nutritional deficiency requiring a supplementary intake.

- Benefits of Quinoa -

Quinoa is considered a “superfood” due to its nutritional properties; it possesses the 8 amino acids which are essential for the human being, which makes it a complete, easily-digestible food. It has a protein content greater than that of most cereals, and it also possesses a high carbohydrate content, mainly comprised of starch, making it suitable for diabetics. Regarding its vitamin content, vitamins E, B2 and B3 are of particular note. It also contains significant quantities of minerals, such as magnesium, phosphorus, iron and potassium. Quinoa does not contain gluten; therefore it may be taken by celiacs. It is a basic foodstuff in vegetarian or vegan diets.

- Vitamin B12, Iron and Folic Acid -

Each capsule of AnimonComplex contains the daily amounts of vitamin B12, iron and folic acid recommended by health authorities.

Studies and scientific publications


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3. Kuljanabhagavad T, Thongphasuk P, Chamulitrat W, Wink M. Triterpene saponins from Chenopodium quinoa Willd. Phytochemistry 2008, 69(9):1919-26.
4. Allen LH. How common is vitamin B-12 deficiency? Am J Clin Nutr 2009, 89(2):693S-6S.
5. Abugoch James LE. Quinoa (Chenopodium quinoa Willd.): composition, chemistry, nutritional, and functional properties. Adv Food Nutr Res 2009, 58:1-31.
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8. McDermid JM, Lönnerdal B. Iron. Adv Nutr 2012, 1; 3(4):532-3.
9. Steinbicker AU, Muckenthaler MU. Out of balance–systemic iron homeostasis in iron-related disorders. Nutrients 2013; 2, 5(8):3034-61.
10. McCaddon A. Vitamin B12 in neurology and ageing; clinical and genetic aspects. Biochimie 2013, 95(5):1066-76.
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12. Yao Y, Shi Z, Ren G. Antioxidant and immunoregulatory activity of polysaccharides from quinoa (Chenopodium quinoa Willd.). Int J Mol Sci 2014; 23, 15(10):19307-18.
13. Devalia V, Hamilton MS, Molloy AM; British Committee for Standards in Haematology. Guidelines for the diagnosis and treatment of cobalamin and folate disorders. Br J Haematol 2014, 166(4):496-513.
14. Sawada T1, Konomi A, Yokoi K. Iron deficiency without anemia is associated with anger and fatigue in young Japanese women. Biol Trace Elem Res 2014,159(1-3):22-31.
15. Domellöf M, Braegger C, Campoy C, Colomb V, Decsi T, Fewtrell M, Hojsak I, Mihatsch W, Molgaard C, Shamir R, Turck D, van Goudoever J; ESPGHAN Committee on Nutrition. Iron requirements of infants and toddlers. J Pediatr Gastroenterol Nutr 2014, 58(1):119-29.
16. Simnadis TG, Tapsell LC, Beck EJ. Physiological Effects Associated with Quinoa Consumption and Implications for Research Involving Humans: a Review. Plant Foods Hum Nutr 2015, 70(3):238-49.
17. Shipton MJ, Thachil J. Vitamin B12 deficiency – A 21st century perspective. Clin Med 2015, 15(2):145-50.
18. United States Department of Agriculture Agricultural Research Service National Nutrient Database for Standard Reference Release 27. Full Report (All Nutrients): 20035, Quinoa, uncooked.
19. Qian C, Wei B, Ding J, Wu H, Wang Y. The Efficacy and Safety of Iron Supplementation in Patients with Heart Failure and Iron Deficiency: A Systematic Review and Meta-analysis. Can J Cardiol. 2015 Jun 21.
20. Bailey LB, Stover PJ, McNulty H, Fenech MF, Gregory JF 3rd, Mills JL, Pfeiffer CM, Fazili Z, Zhang M, Ueland PM, Molloy AM, Caudill MA, Shane B, Berry RJ, Bailey RL, Hausman DB, Raghavan R, Raiten DJ. Biomarkers of Nutrition for Development-Folate Review. J Nutr 2015, 145(7):1636S-80S.
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Information and data sheet

Nutritional values per capsule
Nutritional data (per capsule)
Ch. quinoa powdered 250 mg
Iron (ferrous Bisglycinate) 14 mg*
Folic Acid 200 μg*
Vitamin B12 2,5 μg*
Energy value 0,94 kcal (3,97 kJ)
* 100% of the Nutrient Reference Value (NRV).
Warnings and Precautions
  • Food supplements should not be used as a substitute for a varied, balanced diet and a healthy lifestyle.
  • Not to be taken by persons with an allergy to any of the components of its formulation.
  • Do not exceed the stated dose.
  • Keep out of the reach of children.
  • Bottle of 100 hard gelatin capsules.
  • Bottle of 30 hard gelatin capsules.
  • Keep in a cool, dry place.
  • 3 capsules/day with meals.

Ask your physician or pharmacist about the health benefits of taking these nutrients as part of your daily diet.