Your first link says that Caffeine is used to control appetite (appetite suppressant), which is supporting what I said not what you said.
Fat oxidation (or 'beta oxidation') is the body's way of breaking down these large molecules into smaller molecules that it can use for energy.
- That is a good thing, so thanks for posting study information which tells us this. (Again supporting what I said about caffeine increasing metabolism)
Not sure where your links are that prove me wrong but thanks for posting links which say exactly what I was saying, if you find a study that suggest otherwise please revert back to the links you just posted as a rebuttal.. lol.
Not sure where you get this idea I was trying to prove you wrong. Maybe a few to many coffees have made you over sensitive.
My point is the amounts - if you are right, which you may well be, would not be enough to warrant such large weight loss seen in this study.