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If these intense burps only happen occasionally, Dr. Travis explains that it could be due to eating foods that contain high amounts of sulfur, which can turn into hydrogen sulfide gases. These hydrogen sulfide gases are what cause you to burp a scent that is reminiscent of rotting eggs.
Some vegetables high in sulfur, that may be causing your burps to smell, include broccoli, Brussels sprouts, kale, arugula, cauliflower, cabbage, bok choy, mustard green, radish, turnips, and watercress.
Other foods that may be contributing to smelly sulfur burps may include eggs, beer, meats, beans, nuts, and tofu.