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HOLLYWOOD, Fla. — MB Innovations on Monday launched a new weight loss supplement called Slimple.
Slimple contains MaCoca, a proprietary blend derived from a de-cocainized coca leaf.
The extract is processed using a method that carefully removes the alkaloids while retaining all of the active ingredients, enabling it to be legally used as a food additive, the company stated. According to MB Innovations, the coca leaf contains flavonoids, triterpenoids, vitamin C, amino acids, carotenoids, vitamin B complex and essential oils.
The product is being marketed online at ItsSlimple.com for $59.95.