Maybe I'm wrong but I don't think it makes sense at least for celiac. In celiac the gluten gets digested, but the fragments cause an autoimmune/allergic response (the digested fragments are taken into gut cells and the immune system starts to recognize them as foreign for a period of time.
Also I don't think Gluten is the main problem with wheat. It contains many gut irritants, lignins and protective proteins and something like 200-500% as much as other grains. And chronic ingestion of psylium (grain fiber) causes leaky gut syndrome which lets enteroviruses and toxins cross the gut barrier and spark other autoimmune diseases such as type I diabetes, crones, possibly type II diabetes, lupus, thyroid autoimmunity.....
So basically if you have celiac I'd say no, its not going to prevent celiac problems, and if you don't have celiac it is not going to eliminate the worst things about wheat, unless you just happen to be gluten sensitive.
As for me, I know that wheat causes inflammation, especially nasal, as well as headaches. Corn and oats and beans aren't as bad, but I still feel similar symptons. White rice and potatos, potato starch seems to be OK.