I did a partial thing with this. It takes several visits to do the complete run of it. I ended up not being able to finish due to a change in job circumstances, but I got about a third of the way through it. Honestly, I haven't had much of a problem with nasal allergies since then, and that was about 6 years ago. But you're right. Celiac is genetic and not an allergy. BUT, from what I understand, people with celiac sometimes have other food allergies; even wheat allergies on top of celiac, so it's something to keep in mind for any allergies you may be faced with. And who knows, there's the possibility that it could "take the edge off" celiac symptoms, but your immune system would still be attacking your intestines if you ate gluten, even if your symptoms improved. So the people who think they've been cured, if they truly have celiac, are, unfortunately, probably doing themselves a lot of harm that they just can't feel right now. It would be interesting to see if their blood work or biopsies have shown improvement though.