Hypogonadism: Just read a wiki article about the symptoms in men. I do have low sex drive and I've never been able to grow a full beard, even though my 3 brothers and Father can.(but hair does grow quick on face and head) I'm not really sure how I would know if my testosterone is low, other than having it checked. For what it's worth, I've gained about 2 inches on my biceps in 18 months. I don't have anorexic arms anymore, but they are certainly not bulked up. I can also get it up when I can be bothered, which isn't often unless I'm stimulated with stuff...
I've come to realise that my social anxiety issues are stemming from eating disorders too. I often distant myself by what others eat, or when food choices come up in conversation. Like when I read Paleo books or listen to podcasts about how people are trying to be perfect and surround themselves with like minded folks. (which I've stopped doing now) I have no friends either and never really did as a kid. I don't really care about having friends and hope meet some like-minded people when my career starts. I find it hard to talk to people whom I have nothing in common with which is why my "friends" are mostly on the internet! (designers think different as it is!) I'm a kind person, all of my co-workers think I'm happy and positive, but I'm kinda alone really. If it wasn't for my Twin Brother and rest of family, I'd be very upset.
Also about "eating bad". My whole family are overweight or obese. My Dad's Parents passed away before 70 of cancer and heart attack. My Mum's Mum died at 93 from hypovolemic shock - loss of blood. She ate well, was in good physical shape and I always made the connection that her long life was due to good health. (My Mother was adopted though, so theres no connection there) My Parents are both on a diet again and are loosing weight which is great, but they have been doing this for years, decades even.
I think that part of the reason for my obsessive diets, is because of those diet related deaths of my Father's parents (sure it's debatable but they never ate well), and the fact that I can see my Dad going the same way (smoked for over 35 years too). This sounds strange, but it's also why I don't eat bread. My Dad lives on the stuff and admitted he can't live without it. Now, how is someone like me going to eat that stuff knowing what it could result in? I know everyone is different but it's about context here of seeing how it affects the closet people in one's life.
My ideal meal? Not sure, and if someone asked me what I like doing, other than designing, I would say I enjoy cooking, but not sure what meal/style I like cooking. My moods are up and down with every meal I consume. I really crave ice cream for breakfast but it has to be from a goat, not cow.
Sorry for the novel!