My guess is that you are too high on protein. Most of us only need .5-1 gm at most per pound of lean body mass. The extra gets converted to glucose and fat by the liver. The glucose will stimulate the pancreas which will make insulin, which then makes you hungry. My suggestion is that you cut back on protein; you could easily cut it in half without being in any danger at all of too little protein. When I cut back on protein I get less hungry too. Focus more on carb restriction and adaptation than on calories. Also recognize that we humans don't regulate water weight very closely, so we can vary over a 3-4 pound range daily. I weigh myself every morning and graph it to make sure I don't freak out about random variations.