buffering capacity is what it is all about... *alkaline ash* reserves... having enough *free* alkaline ash to react against the acids created and encountered through metabolic processes and environmental acid assaults... to create energy and new tissue, replacing the dying and used tissue.
If, and that is a big "if" this was the only or even the primary method by which the body controlled its pH then this could be true. But it is neither!!!
Try reading an anatomy and physiology book to learn how the body really works Grz rather than relying on the rantings of someone who also claimed that acidity turned the body in to a pile of goo among other ridiculous statements.