The lipolytic effects of caffeine and other coffee derivatives are well documented and well-known. We examine the two mechanisms of caffeine. The first contradiction is the A1-adenosine receptor. These receptors are found in high-fat cells that control the activity of silicon and reduce fat.
Xanthine inhibits phosphodiesterase activity and prevents intracellular degradation of lipid degradation in adipose cells. Caffeine consumes fat and increases serum levels of FFA.
In this way, taking high amounts of Zanthine causes weight loss and weight gain by increasing oxidation and burning fat.