Many members complain of weight gain when hypothyroid but still the doctors and Endocrinologists refuse to believe it can be due to being underdosed in their reliance on TSH alone and not listening to the patients, who also may not be on the correct hormones for them as individuals. Some of them tick the patient off for being overweight and put all the blame on their eating habits.
I think most of the medical profession just don't realise how upsetting it is for the patient, who is also suffering disabling symptoms too, to take the blame when it's actually the fault of the guidelines and the inability of those prescribers to look beyond the TSH and levothyroxine.
The above is the 'proof of the pudding' for many with hypothyroidism.
This is also a recent post of the member losing 43-lbs.