Hmm. I have read about particular strains of probiotics curing celiac disease in animals, which sounds much easier than a poop transplant. It is suggested that a Poop Transplant could also cure celiac disease. But, it would be more convenient to take the probiotics if they could also cure celiac disease.
"While vitamin D and probiotics may have potential as preventative measures against the onset of celiac disease early in life, the option of a Fecal Transplant provides the actual possibility of restoring tolerance to gluten or curing celiac disease later in life following long-term intestinal mucosal recovery on a gluten-free diet. "
It'd be nice to be able to tolerate gluten again, but I'd probably be better off not eating gluten for health reasons even if I didn't have celiac disease.