Alright let's see how much I can respond to.
I have cut cardio a lot, I was a state 800m runner in HS so I did rack up the mileage there, which I could imagine contributed to low T.
I don't smoke weed or drink alcohol, so those are non factors.
I do supplement my diet with protein, lots of whey protein. Which would be deemed good cheeses?
I eat eggs whe\never possible, so that's no problem
As far as fats go, that might be the missing thing. I'm sure you guys know what Im talking about when I say its impossible to eat as often or as well as you'd like in college, which was I bought the T-boost in the first place. With classes and other things in the way, the first two weeks i was lucky to eat 3 meals a day. Dropped weight, etc. Im good now, but the eating is a killer. I have tons of peanut butter and jelly in the firdge now, so i can get that in whenever i need.
As for soy, I have really stopped eating it where possible. Back on regular milk, regular cheese, only soy is coming from like being mixed into other dishes.
Just added info, if it helps. I will say I definetly noticed the T-boost at the end of the cycle.
If I understood everything, my main concerns right now should be Fats and getting enough nutrients yea?