Hi - welcome back!
My suggestion re hunger is that when you are hungry, you EAT! I found I could only drop my calories down in very small increments, otherwise I even got woken in the middle of the night with severe hunger 'pain', and I also suffered from light-headedness and nausea. Going down slowly helps to eliminate these problems.
My next suggestion is that it sounds like you have started this journey again by taking a giant leap with your nutrition, rather than the baby steps. This means that you just make gradual changes to your nutrition and your exercise ..... one or two small changes to begin with, and when your mind/body has gotten used to those changes, add something else to the mix.
I went to have a week peek at your Nutrition Tracker to see what and how much you have eaten today, but unfortunately it isn't shared so I can't help specifically. A lot of people make the mistake of thinking that, say their calorie range is 1200 - 1550 calories daily, they have to eat the 1200 calories. THAT is for a sedentary woman of average weight. When you are heavier and/or exercise or are active, you need to eat more. Ensure that you are getting a good mix of NON-processed carbs, healthy fats and lean protein. A lot of people don't eat enough lean protein, and also don't eat much in the way of fruit/veges which helps to fill us, as well as provide heaps of nutrients that our body needs.
Now, I suggest you go find something to eat that you will enjoy - maybe peanut butter with celery, or a hard boiled egg, or some yoghurt and banana.
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