According to the International Foundation for Digestive Disorders, beans and cruciferous vegetables (such as broccoli, cabbage) have many nutritional benefits, but eating a lot can make the stomach boil and bloat.

According to the International Foundation for Digestive Disorders, beans and cruciferous vegetables (such as broccoli, cabbage) have many nutritional benefits, but eating a lot can make the stomach boil and bloat.

You can cut back on some dietary sugars like fructose and sorbitol (which are found in fruit and used as artificial sweeteners).

Less acidic foods (such as citrus fruits, tomatoes, and coffee) help reduce belly noise.

Remember to drink enough water, eat slowly, split into several small meals can also help.

Persistent abdominal boiling occurs with bloating in the stomach, heavy swallowing of air, diarrhea, intolerance to foods containing lactose.