I learnt from the article that an elimination diet is the best way to determine whether a person has an issue with gluten. As for me, I have been eating bread every day and drink barley water on weekends, and I am monitoring my health at the same time to see if there are symptoms related to gluten intolerance.
I also learnt in the case of gluten intolerance, a change in diet will be necessary, such as substituting wheat products with pure oats, for example. Eating eggs for breakfast is a healthy gluten-free meal too, which you have been eating. I learnt from this article below that it is recommended to eat 2 or 3 eggs per day, preferably those that are organic and pasture-raised.
"There’s absolutely no reason to limit your consumption of eggs to three to four per week, as recommended by “heart-healthy” nutritional guidelines. In fact, consuming two to three eggs per day would provide a better boost to your health and protection against disease than a multivitamin supplement. Eggs truly are one of nature’s superfoods."(From "Three eggs a day keep the doctor away!" by Chris Kresser)