My Services

As a consultant, I am trained to interpret the RCP recommended blood and HTMA results. I will get you to order the tests which will reveal your key mineral status, and have the results sent to me. We can then do a session together where I can explain your personal mineral status, and help you understand how any imbalances have come about, and how to heal given your unique circumstances. You may wish to just have one session, or you may want more ongoing support through multiple sessions. Re-testing after 6 months or so is a great way to monitor progress, identify areas that could use improvement, sort out any road-blocks, and get some reassurance if needed.
I also offer shorter sessions for those wanting an introduction to minerals and the RCP or those wanting some follow-up support/progress guidance.

There are so many resources available at https://therootcauseprotocol.com/about/ to learn more about the Root Cause Protocol.
If you like what you see and would like to get the recommended testing (a blood test and HTMA) to see where you’re at - feel free to reach out for a session with me, where I can interpret the results for you and teach you how to apply the Protocol to your situation.


Testing:
If you wish to book a Full consultation (or a double package) with me, I will require you to get the following testing done before booking so that results will be ready for our session.

All prices in AUD$ and inclusive of GST:
Fully Monty Blood Test 'Mag 2'- $185 (Australia, excluding QLD)
Fully Monty Blood Test 'Mag 2 QLD'- $342 (QLD only)
HTMA - $135 ($125 children >15) - Select PROFILE 1

For those in NSW, VIC, SA, WA and NT in Australia please choose Clinical Labs for collection of the blood sample, as they DO NOT send the RBC Magnesium to RPA for analysis (we cannot use the measurement from RPA unfortunately).

Or head to https://therootcauseprotocol.com/order-lab-tests/ to find out costing and how to order the recommended testing in your area of the world.


(For tips on sampling of hair – please read here from Interclinical and see Dr Liz [Morley's wife] sampling hair here (video))

The Transferrin test requires fasting for 8-12 hours prior to going in for blood collection.
Iron and Total Iron-binding Capacity testing should occur prior to being given therapeutic iron or blood transfusion. Collection should occur a minimum of 4 days after blood transfusion.
It is recommended that someone taking Biotin (also known as vitamin B7 or B8, vitamin H, or co-enzyme R) stop consumption at least 72 hours prior to the collection of a sample.

You may be able to get the blood tests bulk billed if you find a good supportive Dr. The panel needs to include the following tests (with correct specimen type - ie serum vs plasma):
- Iron studies ([a] serum iron; [b] transferrin; [c] Total iron binding capacity (TIBC); and [d] ferritin)
- Red Blood Cell Magnesium (RBC)
- Plasma zinc
- Serum copper
- Serum caeruloplasmin
- Haemoglobin
- You may also wish to ask for Retinol/Vitamin A, D 25 OH (storage Vitamin D), D 1,25 Dihydroxy (active Vitamin D), Ionized serum calcium, & potassium RBC.


Hours: (AEST)
Monday: 4pm – 8pm
Tuesday: 4pm – 8pm
Wednesday: 1:30pm – 5pm
Thursday: 1:30pm – 8pm
Saturday: 10am – 8pm


Contact/Booking:
To book or inquire write to amelia@madeofstardust.com.au
or send me a message via
https://www.facebook.com/MadeOfStardust.RCPconsultant/

All prices are in Australian Dollars and inclusive of GST (10%).

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* Blood tests and HTMA are an additional cost, done through a private lab. My fees cover the session, including interpretation of the test results  depending on the session type you choose. Check carefully as some sessions do not include test result interpretation. See individual package inclusions for more info.

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