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The diagnosis for Alzheimer's disease is problematic because it is a diagnosis by exclusion. No specific test exists to prove Alzheimer's disease. A neurologist
should exclude every other possibility including toxins. Tests do exist to check for Aluminum Toxicity. Only once toxicity is proven could one consider treatments to remedy it including chelation therapy
. My first suggestion is that she sees a neurologist for a second opinion
to confirm the diagnosis of Alzheimer's disease. Currently a lot of promising results are forthcoming due to research into Alzheimer's disease. There is to my knowledge no correlation between celiac disease
and Alzheimer's. I trust you find this information helpful