Experts have traced the neural pathways involved in the suppression of appetite during the intake of caffeine. The observation was carried out for the activity of receptors located in the hypothalamus, which inhibit the caffeine.
It turned out that psychoactive substance promotes the release of oxytocin. It is a powerful regulator of energy metabolism. The authors note that the rodents were administered very high doses of caffeine. For humans this is equivalent to 24-36 cups a day.