Your levels are within the reference ranges, higher levels are considered healthier because testosterone is cardioprotective as long as you blood doesn’t turn to sludge, that’s why doctors force men on TRT to donate blood when hematocrit gets to 54 percent, even then we run into the fact that everyone is biochemically unique and have people living at high altitude with high hematocrit.
Studies have shown men with high normal testosterone have the least heart attacks than those in the middle ranges and men with lower than normal testosterone live a lower quality, shorter life. Low testosterone which at 366 ng/dL, you were at risk for many diseases <440 ng/dL.
You didn’t include reference ranges for Free T, so I am unable to determine where much of anything regarding the free portion of testosterone circulating in your blood which is influenced by SHBG. Natural test boosters are fake and any company that makes them are fraudsters, so congratulations on increasing testosterone without the help of anything but hard work.