This is just a general message because I have come across these threads and they all have some common denominators.
If you are new to primal, or struggling with it in any way there are several things you can do.
First, avoid triggers. Stay away from foods that you would "snack" on. That means nuts, cheese, cream, fruits.
Whenever you feel like eating, ask yourself if you would eat a big huge ribeye steak with no butter, no toppings, just the steak.
When eating, eat the FAT FIRST, then the lean.
Again, stop eating nuts. Seriously. This is the most common thing. You are not alone and it is not YOU if nuts are triggering your binges. Nuts have that crunch and that hint of sweet/saltiness that gets people addicted. They will take hours to actually fill you up.
Respond to hunger with meat and fat only. Veggies are fine, but limit fruit for the time being.
Your binging is caused by trigger foods, your body adapting to low carbs, or even hormones.
Look into 5-HTTP supplements if you are an emotional binger.
Again, repeat. NO NUTS. Stay away from cheese for a bit too.
Do not keep these foods around, do not go near these foods.
Drop all sweeteners of any kind. The urge for sweet is another thing that causes binging.
The more meat and fat you eat, the less you will want to binge.
If you feel like binging, grab onto some meat and fat. Make scrambled eggs in butter, grill up a fatty steak, Eat some bacon, although watch it because the flavor might trigger some of you.
You will get very full of these foods if you are not actually hungry and you will not want to eat anymore.
Or, listen to music or something else that makes you happy. Go for a walk. Relax your mind.
Check to see if you might be deficient in any nutrient.
And finally, drop the freaking nuts and the other trigger foods. They may be "Primal" and healthy, but they are not healthy for YOU if they cause YOU to binge.
Just some thoughts. I don't want to sound condescending because I myself do not suffer from this issue, but these posts draw some serious concerns.