I wonder if you are actually eating enough during the first part of the day. A lot of people don't, or they don't eat foods that last very long. By that I mean they might eat the calories, but eat cheap white bread instead of filling whole-grain bread - cakes instead of snacking on fruit/vegies, nuts etc.
I suggest that if you aren't already, use the Nutrition Tracker. Weigh all of your food if possible because that is far more accurate than relying on guess work. Then you will be able to see just what is happening. The Nutrition Tracker gives you the ability to diarize, so make use of it. If you are hungry not that long after eating a meal, then make a note of it. If you notice that a certain food fills you for a much longer time make a note of that, too! It all helps to see if there is a pattern. With knowledge comes power - the power to tweak and win the war on binging.
I eat EVERY night before going to bed. It might be only 100 caloies, but it may be 250 or so. The thing is, I actually allow for it during the course of my day. Without this snack (or small meal) I WILL wake in the middle of the night because I am absolutely starving.
Seeing your Dr is a very good move. Good luck on that front!
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