As pointed out diet has very little actual effect on pH.
How does a rational person respond to such a preposterous notion?
Not preposterous at all but rather an extremely well known fact. I recommend Vik do his own homework on his own off of Curezone to see what I am talking about. The primary means of pH regulation by the is through respiration. Other means include bicarbonate, dumping of hydrogen ions through the kidneys and as a last resort buffering by bone minerals. Acidosis and alkalosis can be induced through diet, but these require extreme amounts of acids or alkalis to exceed the buffering systems of the body. Again, well known facts that can be easily looked up.
As for the rest of LisaMarie's post I will not bother to respond since it is nothing more than another objectionable attack as she routinely does with impunity. More proof that only the people who question the validity of "liver flushing" are targeted for being banned from this debate forum.