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What is Alchemy ?
What is an Alchemist ? 

Why is it important 

Since taking more an interest in how food effects us humans on a molecular level, It was a natural progression to Alchemy and its historical significance throughout our shared History.

Alchemy, what is it ?

Is it important ?

What is its historical significance and how did it develop and disappear over time ?

al che mist I \'al-ke-mist (noun)

An expert at transmutation; a practitioner capable of mystery transformation at the highest levels of order.

A problem-solver; a life-changer; an unlimited creator.

The Alchemist lives in each of us; all we need to do is connect to the power within.

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Bare cuisine provides a place where we can look to explore and bring together healthy food from around the world. Celebrating different cultures and cuisines and bringing them together to create new and exciting dishes that are immunity boosting and delicious.


Alchemy
&
Ancient Ingredients

 

Bare cuisine provides a place where we can look to explore and bring together healthy food from around the world. Celebrating different cultures and cuisines and bringing them together to create new and exciting dishes that are immunity boosting and delicious.


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Vibrational Foods 
&
Alkaline Foods
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Bare cuisine provides a place where we can look to explore and bring together healthy food from around the world. Celebrating different cultures and cuisines and bringing them together to create new and exciting dishes that are immunity boosting and delicious.


Superfoods

Bare cuisine provides a place where we can look to explore and bring together healthy food from around the world. Celebrating different cultures and cuisines and bringing them together to create new and exciting dishes that are immunity boosting and delicious.


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Human physics and biology
how food effects us and why we eat 

Why is cellular function important?

Cell function is a direct indicator of cellular health. When cells are healthy and functioning optimally, a person is healthy. When cells are dysfunctinoal—for whatever reason—disease will result. This disease can manifest subtly with symptoms like weight gain or general fatigue, or it can manifest more acutely with symptoms like tumors or infections.

Virtually all the biochemical reactions that happen every second throughout the entire body occur inside cells. This is where enzymes, proteins, neurotransmitters and hormones are made. Inside the cell (intracellular) is where nutrients are utilized and energy is produced. If a cell does not function, the metabolic processes necessary to sustain life are compromised. 

The cumulative effect of optimal cell function = health, vigor, and energy.

The cumulative effects of cell dysfunction = disease, fatigue, pain.