Food supplement

All our food supplements, in combination with the hydrogen water, give a significant improvement in our body’s defences and strengthen our immune system.

Eon DK2 Nahrungsergänzungsmittel


a food supplement in drop form with vitamin D3 (cholecalciferol) and vitamin K2, (menaquinone), type MK-7 from natural fermentation, in grape seed oil, with the well-known top-class PROEON quality standards [1-4].

Procurcuma Nahrungsergänzungsmittel


is a food supplement with antioxidant and anti-inflammatory effects that contains turmeric in high dosage. The combination with piperine increases its bioavailability. The tablets have an outer film and are retarded [5-9].

Melateon Gocce


a very useful melatonin product to keep stress under control: a valuable ally for the regulation of the sleep-wake rhythm as well as for the effectiveness of the immune system. This dietary supplement is available with a dropper, allowing users to adjust the dosage according to their needs and doctor’s orders [10-15].


contains PQQ (pyrroloquinoline quinone), a recently discovered substance that several scientific studies have attributed a special role in keeping our mitochondria (organelles in our body cells that produce energy in the form of ATP) healthy. PQQ has a significant antioxidant and energising effect (more effective than e.g. vitamin C) that supports mitochondrial biogenesis, i.e. the growth process of new mitochondria and the function of mitochondria in general [16-21].

Projaluseon Integratore Alimentare


Clinical trial with hyaluronic acid supplement: Projaluseon® is a novel nutritional supplement for skin and hair beauty. It contains hyaluronic acid, MethylSulfonylMethane, carnosine and zinc, which work synergistically while contributing to improved muscle, ligament and joint function. [22-26]

Eonskin Crema rigenerante e detox


is a skin cream with detoxifying and regenerating effects for the entire body and especially for the legs, which is particularly effective in reducing redness and pigmentation as well as cellulite and venous insufficiency.


The pineal gland hormone melatonin has numerous and diverse physiological effects. Melatonin not only plays a key role in sleep and chronobiological functions, but also has antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties and contributes to the regulation of mitochondrial homeostasis. Because of these numerous effects beyond those directly related to sleep, melatonin has therapeutic potential in a wide range of diseases. Studies show a variety of effects of melatonin in people with liver disease, autoimmunity, cardiovascular disease, diabetes, cancer and more. [27]

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