Parkinson's Resources

I thought it would be helpful to create a resource page that can be a constant source of information that you don't have to hunt through the website to find. I've found that I constantly recommend certain brands, equipment, or services to clients and I wanted to make sure it was easy to access at all times. I update this page often so make sure you bookmark it for your reference and convenience!

Disclosure: Please note that some of the links below are affiliate links, and at no additional cost to you, I will earn a commission if you decide to make a purchase. Please understand that if I recommend a certain product, service, or person it's because I have experience with them and recommend them because they're helpful and useful, not because of the small commissions I make if you decide to buy something. Please do not spend money on these items unless you feel you need them or that they'll help you achieve your health goals.


These are some of the most useful and convenient services that I've found to help you access fresh, whole, healthy foods at affordable prices. I know most people with Parkinson's have limited abilities to shop, cook, and afford healthy food and these services are great tools to help you overcome those obstacles.

Thrive Market - *Sarah's Favorite* Thrive Market is an online grocery store that combines Costco savings with Whole Foods quality products, and then delivers your order to your doorstep. Free shipping on orders $25 and up. This is a must-have for anyone who's trying to eat healthy on a tight budget. (See Parkinson's Pantry Essentials below for suggestions on brain-boosting grocery-list items)

Vital Choice Seafood

Pete's Paleo - Meal Delivery Service


Parkinson's Pantry Essentials

(A majority of these items can be found on Thrive Market)

Organic Cold-Pressed Coconut Oil - Dr. Bronners (highest quality), Nutiva  or Carrington Farms Organic (best value)

Grass-fed Organic Clarified Ghee - Tin Star Foods Ghee

Grass-fed Organic Butter - Kerrygold butter (best price: Costco)

Organic Cold-Pressed Olive Oil - Lucini Premium Extra Virgin Olive Oil (highest quality), Napa Valley Organics (best value)

Pasture-raised Organic Eggs - Vital Farms Pasture-raised Eggs (found at: Whole Foods)

Dark Chocolate - Living Raw Treats Cocoa Truffles, Alter Ego Dark Blackout Bar

Sprouted Grain Bread - Good Life Ezekiel 4:9 (found at: Whole Foods)

Gluten-free Granola - Purely Elizabeth Ancient Grains Cereal

Bone Broth - Pete's Paleo 30-Day Gut Healing Kit

Supplements - Bulletproof MCT Oil or  Brain Octane Oil, Bulletproof Upgraded Collagen

Fermented Cod Liver Oil - Green Pastures Blue Ice Fermented Cod Liver Oil (recommend the cinnamon flavor)

Celtic Sea Salt - Selina Naturally Celtic Sea Salt

Products - Equipment

Primal7 Movement System - Use the coupon code "INVIGORATE" to get a 10% discount on any Primal7 kit.  

Products - Technology

Sleep Cycle app


Phillips Wake-Up Light Alarm Clock - *Sarah's Favorite* This alarm clock uses gentle light, like the rising of the sun, to gently bring you out of deep sleep so you feel less groggy and confused upon waking.

Movement Disorder Specialists & Neurologists in Austin

*This is not an extensive list of neurologists in Austin, only the physicians that I've interacted with personally. Listed in alphabetical order.

Dr. Robert Izor at Neurology Solutions

Dr. David Morledge at Austin Neurological Clinic

Dr. Elizabeth Peckham at Central Texas Neurology

Dr. Britt Stone at Baylor Scott & White

Dr. Georgeta Varga at Parkinson Disease Movement Disorder Clinic

Dr. Sara Westgate at Austin Neurocare

Dr. Iris Wingrove at Optimize Neurology

Fantastic Local Businesses

Carly Pollack at Nutritional Wisdom

Dr. Marlene Merritt at Merritt Wellness Center

Dr. Julie Reardon at Doctor Julie MD

Dr. Kyler Brown at Austin Sports Therapy

Dr. Jarod Carter at Carter Physiotherapy


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