I had the same problem. I would actually get hungrier the more I ate. Since starting low carb, I now know it was the " healthy " carbs that opened the door to cravings that led to " unhealthy " carbs.
I would have something like a salad, and fish with a potato. The potato would cause me to be starving an hour later, and I would end up at Taco Bell, having 10 burritos, and a 2 liter of Pepsi. Now I just eat a lb. of fish, and 2 cups of low glycemic veggies, and skip potatoes, noodles ( carbs ). I have no hunger or cravings. I eat a meal every 7 hours at 9 a.m., 4 p.m, and 11 p.m. Most days around 2100 calories, and I lose weight almost every single day.
It is the same as if you were an alcoholic, or drug addict. Some carbs you just can't eat. EVER. Others you need to limit, and some you can enjoy every day. You add back in a type of carb, and see if it causes binges/ weight gain, and if not... add it to your acceptable foods list. Eventually you will have an extensive list, and be able to eat quite a few carbs hopefully.
You may have another reason causing your binges, but it seems that carbs are causing them from your description. A 2 week trial period would give you an idea if that might stop the binges.
Hope you get it under control. Good Luck.
Russell - current BMI 31.4
197 - bmi-30
164 - bmi-25
| current weight: 193.6