if you didn't get to where you are through a medical issue, then i hold that your hunger cues are off. following your hunger cues is a great goal to work towards, but it's not a great start because your hunger cues were off in the first place. sort of like if your gas gauge is off in your car you would use the trip odometer to figure out when you need to get gas. eating what your body is supposed to need is going to help you reset your hunger cues to near where they should be. for me, making myself eat when not hungry is what balanced out the highs and lows. i would eat too little and forget to eat to the point that i was shaking and dizzy and then i would eat everything in sight, hungry or not. making myself eat when i realize my hunger cues aren't cutting it [which is a less and less frequent occurrence] is what made the difference.
if this is a consistent problem you need to find a way to address this earlier in the day. you can either track midway through the day, or revemp some of your common meals and snacks to have a little more calories. switching up the fat in your dairy is an easy way to add more calories but not more food. or adding a Tablespoon of nut butter. or using a little more fat to cook in. or having 1 1/8 or 1 1/4 cups of stew instead of one cup. add an extra ounce of meat.
also, your ticker shows you to be over 400lbs. if this is accurate, that's fine. but if it's not you need to edit your settings and goals so that your weight is accurate for where you are so that you are getting the right ranges to try and get into.
-google first. ask questions later.