I don't appreciate people who tell you it has to be all or nothing. Do give it a try and see how you feel, in terms of hunger, energy, cravings and emotions. I'm not gluten intolerant, but I notice a difference in myself.
I eat a low-gluten diet, avoiding wheat. Without a wheat staple, I find it easier to eat more vegetables, end up eating fewer calories without much effort. Overall my eating is healthier and after about three years, it's habit. At restaurants and as a guest I'll make an exception - and won't to feel guilty about it. 9maybe a little gassy and bloated, though!
On a dieting level, I'm not sure. I still need to count calories to lose weight.
On a health level, gas issues are much, much better. In terms of mental health, I've had very few terrible binges.
Good luck! Let us know how you feel after - everyone is different!