Originally Posted by midwest1
If the hypoT is optimally treated, weight shouldn't need to be much differently managed than it would be for the same person who isn't hypoT. If you aren't having other thyroid-related symptoms, the weight issue is unlikely to be stemming from your thyroid.
I remember how my son's body changed from the age of 17 to 22. It became bulkier and more muscular, of course heavier, but not necessarily any fatter. Are you sure that the changes you're seeing aren't simply from the normal maturation process that's fueled by testosterone?
This is def not muscle, ive grown a huge stomach and gone up waistsize, whilst going to the gym 2-3 times a week, where a run just over 2 miles and cycle, so 40 mins of cv, then I use the wieghts. All thwe time where im eating fruit for breakfast and oatibix for lunch. I just cant seem to stop gaining weight. Any advice any1?