None of your information seems dangerous in anyway, and the efficiacy tests, choline tapering and the calcium suggestions seem to make a lot of sense, so I will take you as you claim to be and thank you.
Now on to a question;
I consume the following.
80grams of [complete] protein in the morning (salmon)
40 grams of [complete] protein in the afternoon. (chicken eggs)
I get 1000mg of calcium from my diet. Do I need to supplement this? I'm alergic to milk and am at RDA or above for most other vitamins/minerals.
I used to have 8000mg of piracetam a morning and 4000 in the afternoon, but I stopped after the several grams of choline I mistakenly thought I needed was making me too depressed.
Thanks, I really appreciate your support.
Your calcium intake seems good but you could supplement an additional 500mg tablet to enhance the effects. Your glutamate consumption is also good (protein), you could try taking whey protein, whey protein isolate or a few milligrams of MSG (10mg -100mg, whatever suits you best you) to increase the chances of experiencing consistent effects.
Choline should be taken as per your need, don't forget that eggs,soy,liver, meat,pulses,rice all contain choline so you should count that in to your daily choline intake, some people don't need to supplement choline because they get enough of it from their diet.
Try 4.8 grams of piracetam and some magnesium if you experience headaches.