Foods that contain gluten can aggravate celiac disease. Examples are breads, crackers, muffins, pasta, pizza, cakes, and pies. Rye and barley also contain gluten, so it can cause problems for those with celiac disease. People with gluten sensitivity suffer abdominal pain, fatigue, or headaches, but they don't have the intestinal damage or more severe consequences of celiac disease. However, a gluten-free diet will eliminate symptoms as what you have said.
Avoiding gluten will stop the symptoms and allow the intestine to repair itself. You may also feel better within days of removing gluten from your diet. You must avoid foods like pasta, baked goods, and cereal.