Piracetam and Noopept suppresses appetite?

Has anyone else noticed that Noopept suppresses appetite? I don’t know if it’s just that it keeps me intensely engaged for so long that I forget about food, or if it’s actually suppressing my appetite, but considering how hard I work my body when I’m doing landscaping at home, six hours is a long time for me to go without wanting food. It’s pretty awesome, I never thought Nootropics would help me with weight loss, but I’m burning way more calories than I’m eating every day, and gradually slimming down. 

I had an epiphany about a month ago when I realized that my body is like a battery of stored energy, since over the past three years I’ve been unable to burn fat due to hormonal disturbances which I finally managed to correct in the past eight months with the help of a naturopath. All the fat I’ve stored up is now being used as fuel to push the wheelbarrow, dig new garden beds, pull weeds and move rocks. I alternate between Noopept and Piracetam depending on how physical the activity and how long I plan to work. Noopept makes me want to do everything to completion no matter how much time or energy it requires. Piracetam seems better for short bursts of work activity–if I take it a second or third time I tend to get edgy and not be able to chill at night so I tend to just take it once.Piracetam

Anyway, I’m going to do some research to see if there have ever been reported effects of appetite suppression with this particular nootropic but I thought I’d also mention it in this group so I could make a recommendation to anyone desiring to lose weight, it might help you.