If someone tells me that dropping a bowling ball on my foot will hurt do I have to do it to prove this to myself? No. If someone challenges me to do something that I know is based on completely made up science and has known side effects, am I stupid enough to do it? NO!!!
Even you had adverse effects from following his advice. And according to your own posts it was other people, not ML, that told you to take the magnesium, which balanced out the problem from the calcium hydroxide. So why would I do something to alter my body's chemistry so drastically based on someone's claims when they don't have even the slightest clue about the chemistry or how it really affects the human body. I am not stupid.
Now, once again this is not ML's board. If you want to promote this quackery then take it to his board. If you want to discuss the effects of acids or alkalis on the body then you are welcome to post here, just leave ML out of it and be ready to back up your claims with evidence. Testimonies are not evidence as I have explained in detail plenty of times. So come prepared with some real science to back your claims.