Again, LRC community is two-sided and can't decide what to think.
When people complained about Hassan improving dramatically due to NOP, they used "she lost weight" as argument for her improvement and ability to dominate over 800-HM. Now, they change their mind and start criticizing NOP for trying to enhance performance by losing weight, which is clearly a reason why so many of their athletes improved (Hassan, etc.) or continued to do well by keeping weight at very low, unhealthy levels (Koko).
And that's all still without considering the method they are using - limited portion sizes, cytomel (thyroid hormones in direct T3 form), and a variety of other drugs accelerating metabolism and helping with weight loss / keeping it low.
Either accept the fact that weight loss DID improve the performance of many of their athletes, Hassan being the prime example OR take a stand vs NOP completely and stop cherishing the performances of those whose who are just lucky enough that their bodies don't break down under the NOP methods.
Sure, you could argue that Salazar/NOP methods for losing weight are much safer and more sophisticated now in 2017-2019 compared to 2013 when Cain joined them, but the principle is the same - weight loss = performance enhancing for females, and most if not all of the things (limited portion sizes, cytomel/meds to increase metabolism/lead to weight loss) are NOT doping violations.