Celiac disease is brutal, I'm sorry you're stuck with it! I recall reading somewhere (either on their site or in the documentation) that treating a more severe form of allergy (like Celiac) would require more rounds of treatment than standard allergies. I can't personally vouch for the kit's effectiveness on Celiac since I don't have it and don't know anyone who does. I did a quick search to educate myself a little on Celiac disease and possible alternative treatments. I ran into this very interesting article (http://healthwyze.org/index.php/curing-celiac-disease.html) that claims Celiac is actually caused by an upset balance of flora in your intestinal tract. It proposes a specific diet that, after a year, should eliminate Celiac altogether. What you're avoiding in this diet isn't really gluten, it's processed carbohydrates in grains, sugars, and milk. If that is true, the Allergy Kit may help with your system's reaction to gluten, but not really fix the source of the problem. It's possible your father healed himself by righting the balance of intestinal flora and avoiding certain foods for a period of time. Once your system heals itself of its inflamed state, the Celiac may go away on its own! My conclusion - if you have spare funds, the Allergy Kit won't hurt. It will likely take a long time to take effect, but may help your healing process in conjunction with the dietary treatment mentioned in that article. That's my opinion!