I gave up wheat a few years ago. I'm not allergic nor do I have celiac disease. What I do have is an addiction to bread. Seriously! Put a bag of M&M's in front of me and I wouldn't even think of eating that garbage. Put a homemade, whole grain bread in front of me and I will devour the entire thing. Forget the veggies. Forget the other healthy foods. I would fill up on bread and very little else. I gave up bread which also meant getting rid of the whole wheat flour in my home so I don't make more bread. Since giving it up, I feel so much different and better. While I can't swear that it was the wheat that caused me to feel better, there does seem to be a correlation between the two. I do not eat gluten-free products. I don't eat refined grains and that is what most gluten-free products are, IMO. I eat plenty of whole grains including a variety of brown rices, millet, buckwheat, oats, and quinoa. I'm sorry you aren't finding any relief by going gluten-free. My son suffers from severe food allergies and it has taken many years and many elimination diets to get him to a point where he isn't vomiting daily or curled up on his bed with severe stomach cramps. What we are doing now works great for him. I told him he will eat this way until he is on his own without any exceptions. My days of cleaning up puke are over. If he wants to experiment when he is out on his own, he is free to do that.