MFT, also known as Morphogenic Field Technique, is a cutting-edge approach to creating individualized nutrition and herbal protocols quickly and easily.
MFT blends what quantum physics has discovered about the human energy field, the latest in muscle-response testing, and the finest whole-food and herbal concentrates to make available true wellness care to anyone who is sincerely interested.
MFT can stand on its own and can be combined with other healing methods including chiropractic, bodywork, and various forms of coaching.
The Morphogenic Field is a term we use to describe the field of energy around the body. It is an extension of the electrical energy of the nervous system. Just as all electrical systems have electro-magnetic fields that surround them, the brain is an electrical generator with its own field of energy that extends away from the physical body. Many cultures and disciplines recognize this field and give it other names. When people discuss auras, chakras, life force or chi, they are possibly talking about this same energy field.
We chose this name for our nutritional and energetic healing technique for a number of reasons. The word can be broken down into "morph", meaning "to change" and "genic" meaning 'to originate". This is our exact goal in dealing with any health issue---to use these energy fields to "originate change" in the patient's health status. This is accomplished by supplying the nutrients, herbal supplements, homeopathy or other interventions needed to feed the body at the cellular level and beyond.
An MFT Session is broken up into a number of steps
The M-field is first "measured" or "quantified" to give the practitioner an objective assessment of the energy output of the individual being tested. If the M-field is very "small" (less than 1 foot), it can be assumed that the patient has some significant nutritional issues. The "goal" of running the testing procedure is to determine which specific nutritional interventions (dietary changes or supplementation) are needed to increase the size of the M-field. After noting the initial M-field measurement, we move to the actual testing using the MFT Test Kits.
There are three test kits used in the MFT Basic Procedure. For ease of use, they are color-coded. The colors (red, white and blue) are tested in that order. The red kit represents energy of things that all cells need to be healthy. We call this the "Foundational Kit", because it represents the foundations of health. The white kit represents the energy of cellular nucleic proteins (both normal and aberrant). This is our "Morphogenic Protein Kit". The blue kit represents energies of known cellular stressors, things that are harmful or toxic to the cells. We have named this the "Immune/Autotoxemia Kit".
Essentially, the reasoning behind this concept is simple: One kit respresents the "cells" of the body, one kit represents things all cells need to be healthy (nutrients), one kit represents things that stop cells from being healthy (toxicity).
We start by testing the "Foundations" (red kit) to find simple nutritional deficiencies that all cells share. Next we test to see if "specific cells" (white kit) have nutritional challenges. Then we test to see if there are any toxic "blockages" to the healing process (blue kit).
When all three kits have been tested, the next step is to make sure that the fatty acids are "balanced" at the cellular level. This is done using our unique "Fatty Acid Balancing" procedure.
The final step in the MFT Basic Procedure is the remeasurement of the M-field. With all of the nutrients available "in the field", you will demonstrate to the patient how their energy field has "grown". (A reasonable expectation is an ultimate M-field of 5-7 feet.) It is a very simple, yet effective, tool to manage the patient's expectations for health improvement.
Once the technique is mastered, the entire procedure takes less than five minutes to perform. It can fit easily into the busy practice of any practitioner who wishes to implement whole food nutrition into their healing programs.
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