For gluten-free help I would suggest joining/following this community on HealthUnlocked :
The Gluten-Free Guerrillas : healthunlocked.com/glutenfr...
You can read all the posts that interest you, and also ask for help if you need it.
If you live in the UK you could join the coeliac society :
They have a section on their site for members only which lets you access their directory of gluten-free foods and products. But if you don't join (I always intended to but never did) you can still learn a lot from their site.
I'm sure there must be coeliac societies with similar info in many other countries.
If you type "gluten-free" into the search box at the BBC Food Recipes site you'll get back over 3000 recipes :
When I went gluten-free I was intimidated by it. I actually hoped that it would make no difference and I could go back to eating "normally". But I got quite a few benefits from going gluten-free despite testing negative for coeliac disease so I had to learn to live with it. I was actually really annoyed that I got some benefits, which is a bit weird.
I prefer not to make use of ready-made gluten-free food most of the time because it is often packed with loads of sugar and other additives that I wouldn't voluntarily choose to eat.
Do you have a Kindle?
You can get quite a few gluten-free cookbooks in the Kindle section of Amazon that are completely free or cost less than £1. But the better books are more expensive (naturally).
If you don't have a Kindle you can download an app for free that allows you to read Kindle books on a Mac, a PC, an Android phone or an Apple gadget. Just download the appropriate app from this link :
I do have a Kindle. But I have also downloaded and installed the Kindle app for PC and I can read books I've bought on either my Kindle or my PC - you don't have to buy books twice!
Whatever happens, just remember that getting it 100% right from day one isn't something many people achieve. Mistakes and accidents happen, but don't beat yourself up over it. It becomes easier as time goes on, and you do adjust.
However, if you have had no benefits from going gluten-free within 3 - 4 months I would suggest going back to normal eating. I got my first benefits within a week so I was stuck with it!