You sure are one heck of a Google artists. You leave your dragon droppings are all over curezone, making the place stink like one of your Depends the dementia strikes and you forget to change them. The problem with cut and paste jobs like your is that you don't understand what you are pasting.
I am happy to give you a primer on whatever topic of organic chemistry you need refreshing. But I will just say that most of the stuff you mention is outside the realm of digestion and/or nutrition. If your were familiar with the terms you copied you know that the Grignard reaction has really no application in the body, neither do the other things you mentioned. They are interesting to the organic chemist doing benchtop chemistry. The are not applicable to the subject at hand. Like I said, you have no understanding. You just drag and drop. Hey why don't you copy/paste something about rocket fuel, that would be as relevant as most of the stuff you've written.
For you, AND ONLY YOU, I suggest you ingest some Grignard, or some of the other caustic compounds you've mentioned as means of controlling your pH, and the sooner the better for everyone involved. Your moronic listing of compounds is worthless, the discussion is about which supplements, foods, minerals, compounds you can take to help the body maintain proper pH. So go ahead, load up on your reagents.
You seem very familiar with Moreless' farts, you should get your nose out of that hole. You been spending so much time with your nose sniffing up his “wisdom” that you are now brain damaged from lack of oxygen.
Vieille folle, you have to learn to read more carefully. I did not write that alkali salts only form weak alkaline salts ( liar, careless, dumb – which are you?), I wrote “ We should also note that few of the salts formed by the alkali metals are actually alkaline (basic), and a basic substance does not have to have Alkali substance.” That is correct. In comparison to all the possible reactions and combination of compounds formed by Alkali metals, few of them will be alkaline.
Folle, if you want to get into a compound naming/characteristics contest I will take you on, by the way you write you are a good 40 or 50 years out of date. Am I right, or am I right? I can see it in the garbage and pseudoscience junk you've posted elsewhere. But if you want a contest, then it is IUPAC rules and you can use your 20th Ed. CRC just to make it even.
Too bad most of your examples are not relevant to digestion, nutrition, or the balancing of body pH. You produce a lot of noise, but nothing of value. Terrible S/N, I think it is best if you stop writing.