1. Try to limit the amount of extra air you're swallowing
All that extra air can contribute to loud bellies — and beyond.
So listen to your mother's advice and don't stuff your food down your gullet.
2. Chew slowly
And swallow before you take another bit.
3. Avoid sugar-free
If you have a really noisy belly, you might be sensitive to fructose, which is present in some fruity drinks and sodas, as well as foods like onions and artichokes, according to the International Foundation for Functional Gastrointestinal Disorders. Sorbitol, found in apples, prunes and other fruits, and used in sugar-free candies or gums, could also be a trigger for the excessive noise.
"I often tell patients to keep a food diary to see if the noise can be attributed to something they are eating," Raymond says. "But most of the time, it's just noise and perfectly normal."
If you're hungry.
"Someone is going to know if the noise they are hearing is due to real hunger," says Katz. "And if they eat, they don't hear the noise, at least for a little while."
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