Functional Medicine Health Coach in Cypress, Texas

Unlock Optimal Wellness: Dive Deep into the Root Causes for Mental and Physical Well-Being with Expert Guidance

Embark on a transformative wellness journey with our functional medicine health coach, certified and trained by Dr. Cabral, and uncover the root causes of your mental and physical health concerns. Our practitioner employs the effective Destress Protocol to address imbalances in the body, promoting holistic well-being. What sets us apart is our integration of Dr. Cabral’s proven methods, utilizing seven essential functional lab tests. These tests, crucial to Dr. Cabral’s practice, provide invaluable insights into your unique physiological needs, enabling our practitioner to craft a personalized program. By delving into these comprehensive lab tests, we can identify imbalances, deficiencies, or toxicities, allowing for targeted interventions aligned with Dr. Cabral’s evidence-based protocols. This approach ensures a thorough understanding of your body’s intricacies, empowering you on your path to optimal health and vitality.

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Holistic Approach: An functional medicine health coach considers the whole person, addressing mental, physical, and emotional aspects of health.

Root Cause Analysis: Driven by evidence-based protocols, they focus on uncovering and addressing the root causes of health concerns rather than merely treating symptoms.

Dr. Cabral’s Methods: Certified by Dr. Cabral, the practitioner employs proven methodologies like the Destress Protocol for stress management and overall well-being.

Individualized Care: Utilizing seven essential functional lab tests, the practitioner tailors a personalized program based on unique physiological needs.

Comprehensive Lab Tests: These tests provide insights into imbalances, deficiencies, or toxicities, aiding in crafting targeted interventions for optimal health.

Evidence-Based Protocols: Following Dr. Cabral’s evidence-based approach ensures that interventions are grounded in scientific research and proven effectiveness.

Mind-Body Connection: Acknowledging the interconnectedness of mental and physical health, the practitioner addresses both aspects for a truly integrated approach.

Preventive Health: By identifying imbalances early on, the practitioner helps prevent health issues, fostering a proactive approach to well-being.

Nutritional Guidance: Functional medicine health coaches provide personalized nutritional advice to support overall health and vitality.

Lifestyle Modifications: Beyond supplements, they guide clients in making lifestyle changes that contribute to sustained well-being.

Education and Empowerment: Clients are educated about their health, empowering them to actively participate in their wellness journey.

Optimal Health and Vitality: Ultimately, the goal is to guide individuals toward achieving optimal health and vitality, ensuring a high quality of life.


frequently asked questions

An Functional Medicine Health Coach is a professional trained to address health concerns by considering the interconnectedness of various factors, including mental, physical, and emotional aspects.

Dr. Cabral is a renowned expert in functional medicine, and his certification ensures that the practitioner follows evidence-based protocols and methodologies for holistic well-being.

The Destress Protocol is a methodology developed by Dr. Cabral to manage stress and improve overall health. Certified practitioners use it to address the root causes of imbalances.

These tests provide insights into various aspects of health, including nutrient levels, hormonal balance, and toxicity, allowing for a comprehensive understanding of an individual’s physiological needs.

Based on the results of the lab tests and a thorough assessment, an IHP crafts a personalized program, including dietary recommendations, supplements, and lifestyle modifications.

No, an IHP also focuses on preventive health by identifying imbalances early on and guiding individuals toward maintaining optimal health.

An IHP takes a holistic and root-cause-focused approach, considering factors beyond symptoms and medications, and aims for sustainable well-being.

By acknowledging the mind-body connection, an IHP addresses mental health concerns through a comprehensive approach, combining nutritional support, stress management, and lifestyle changes.

Yes, practitioners certified by Dr. Cabral follow evidence-based protocols, ensuring that interventions are grounded in scientific research and proven effectiveness.

Education is a crucial aspect. IHPs empower clients by providing knowledge about their health, enabling them to actively participate in their wellness journey.

The goal is to guide individuals toward achieving optimal health and vitality, ensuring a high quality of life and sustained well-being.

While both Functional Medicine Health Coaches (IHPs) and dietitians play roles in promoting health, there are key differences in their approaches:

1. Scope of Practice:
• IHP: Focuses on a holistic approach, considering various aspects of an individual’s health, including mental, emotional, and physical well-being. They use a range of modalities, such as lifestyle modifications, nutritional recommendations, and stress management.
• Dietitian: Primarily concentrates on nutrition and dietary aspects. Dietitians often work with individuals to create meal plans, address nutritional deficiencies, and provide dietary guidance based on specific health conditions.
2. Root Cause vs. Symptom Management:
• IHP: Emphasizes identifying and addressing the root causes of health concerns. They look beyond symptoms and aim to create comprehensive wellness plans tailored to the individual’s unique needs.
• Dietitian: While dietitians certainly consider the impact of nutrition on overall health, their primary focus may be managing symptoms through dietary adjustments.
3. Holistic Approach:
• IHP: Takes a more holistic view of health, recognizing the interconnectedness of mental, emotional, and physical aspects. They may incorporate lifestyle changes, stress reduction techniques, and targeted supplements into their recommendations.
• Dietitian: Primarily focuses on nutritional aspects and may not delve as deeply into other lifestyle factors.
4. Functional Lab Testing:
• IHP: Often uses functional lab tests to gain insights into an individual’s health, including factors like hormonal balance, nutrient levels, and toxicities.
• Dietitian: While dietitians may use standard lab tests to assess nutritional markers, they might not employ functional lab testing to the same extent as IHPs.
5. Preventive vs. Clinical Focus:
• IHP: Often works with clients on preventive health, aiming to identify imbalances before they manifest as clinical issues. Focuses on optimizing overall well-being.
• Dietitian: Typically involved in clinical nutrition, addressing specific health conditions or nutritional deficiencies.
6. Educational Approach:
• IHP: Educates clients about their health, empowering them to actively participate in their wellness journey.
• Dietitian: Provides nutritional education, helping clients understand how their dietary choices impact their health.

It’s essential to note that these distinctions are generalizations, and individual practitioners may have varied approaches within each field. In many cases, collaboration between an IHP and a dietitian can offer a comprehensive approach to health and well-being.