Have a problem with gluten?

Gluten free, celiac and non-celiac gluten intolerance

Something like a third of people tell me they have some sort of problem with bread, and some avoid gluten completely even if they do not have celiac disease. There is nothing wrong with that- listen to your body and avoid something that upsets you.
However, I do not recommend gluten free

processed

foods. They are not necessary for health and may even make you unwell, because they contain junk carbohydrates that your body can live without. They could cause you to become progressively more overweight and even ultimately diabetic.
If you are lucky enough to recognize that you are intolerant of gluten, do avoid it completely, and consider whether you want to be tested for celiac disease before you go off it, and move on to just eating real food (JERF).

Just eating real food is a great way to avoid gluten. Look at my food list-

it is naturally free from gluten

and stick to real food.
Dr David Perlmutter and Dr William Davies write very well on the theory behind the problems with gluten.