Just about any food will cause acid reflux if too much is eaten too fast. This happens because the stomach does not have the chance to signal to the brain that it is full and when it becomes overfull, stomach contents and acid could back up into the esophagus. To avoid this, take small bites of food slowly and stop eating when you feel full. This allows to stomach to digest its food more effectively and efficiently. Small, frequent meals may also prevent symptoms of reflux.