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    お腹がいっぱいになります means
    1) will be full, generally (like in "This energy bar makes you full. " )
    2) will be full in future (like in "I will be full after eating this meal. " )
    In any case, you are not full right now.

    In your sentence, you already ate. So you have to say "I became full お腹がいっぱいになりました" instead of "I will be full お腹がいっぱいになります".


    「ご飯を食べましたからお腹がいっぱいになります」is wrong.

    I can interpret two meaning from the wrong sentence.

    1) ご飯を食べたから、お腹がいっぱいになりました。
    I've already eaten the meal so I had enough.

    2) ご飯を食べたら、お腹がいっぱいになります。
    If I(or you) eat the meal(something now), I(you) will have enough.

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