I got tomato paste because of this site http://www.peaktestosterone.com/Skin_Diet
Never heard of it.
No, thx for the vote of confidence. Of course, I always urge everyone to experiment and find out what works for them: the studies deal with averages and so it's possible for any one of us to be special. (Maybe real special in some cases.)
Yes, tomatoes and tomato products are looking good on many fronts.
As I've mentioned, I'm cautious about green tea due to the telomere effect. I personally avoid it, but I admit it has many great properties and, hey, the Japanese love it, eh?
Comment on the Low Fat:
I eat a close to Low Fat Diet and feel great on it. Furthermore, I think that is what the great majority of human history has grown up on and that is what our bodies are used to. Most meat lovers don't realize that wild game is low fat or darn close and there wasn't any cheese/butter/milk during most of our history!
So basically you're in good company following how we have eaten for most of our existence. But see how you feel on it and get your T readings before and after, etc. Your T is quite low, so be sure to monitor.
Also, you are young. I can't remember: did you have any signs of heart disease, hypertension, endothelial dysfunction? The reason I'm asking is that even Dr. Ornish points out that if you don't have heart disease, you really have a "spectrum" of options available to you and you don't have to stick to a rigid Low Fat Diet. He discusses this on his site here:http://www.ornishspectrum.com/proven-program/
Again, I wish I'd eaten Low Fat from day one, but if someone has no heart disease, is young and follows, say, a Mediterranean Diet, all of the evidence says they will very likely live a long and healthy life.