Effect of acid-base status on nutrition and exercise
Perhaps this request should be directly addressed to @Susan_RD_101 since she did an exceptional infographic blog presentation on PUFAs, and I am no novice when it comes to lipids biochemistry!
Nutritional acid-base status has shown to definitely influence nutritional status. In a nutshell, perhaps what I am looking for is an elucidation of the PRAL dial metric that shows on Cronometer "Diary" page; this elucidation could be, for instance, presented in another Cronometer blog. We know, for instance, that coffee is acidic, how is it that it has an alkaline PRAL effect, or does it? Is it really true that bicarbonates is ergogenic?