Before Primal, I drank 5 or 6 sodas a day, had gummi bears at hand 24/7 and ate pasta for lunch and dinner, and cereal for breakfast. Also, I would randomly buy and eat and entire box of ho-hos or other snack cakes. Now I eat almost nothing but meat, eggs, fruit and less of nuts, chocolate, greens from my yard, bone broth or gelatin, kombucha, etc. I feel spoiled now, and the old addiction actually tastes and feels terrible. I am offered soda from time to time, take a sip, and it's a flashback to obesity and misery. I don't even want it anymore. It helps to know that at any moment, I'm allowed to eat a pound of bacon and as many eggs as I can handle, and while that still isn't perfect, it's better junk food than junk food. I lost 50 pounds eating amazing food, and crap tons of it. I always eat past satiety. Always. And nanabooboo to the food rule makers! :P
You don't have to quit cold turkey. Just start replacing your junk foods (grains?) with better food such as limitless nuts and fruit. That's what I used, almonds specifically. First I gained a couple of pounds, then it rolled off me like a landslide when the snack monster died. Took me around a month to stop snacking (happened naturally, no will power required), and around six weeks before I could skip meals and feel fine. Do this change over time if you think that could help you avoid binges. Or just binge and call it eating a lot instead.
Anyway, welcome, and I hope you can sort the voices of reason from the howler monkeys around here!
P.S. Secret weapon = liver. Chicken or beef, either way. About a pound a week, a little less if you can't eat much. Your body won't crave things when your body is already topped off on B vitamins, metals and vitamin A. Chicken liver is milder, you can hide it in ground meat and stew just fine.
Steak, eggs, potatoes - fruits, nuts, berries and forage. Coconut milk and potent herbs and spices. Tea instead of coffee now and teeny amounts of kelp daily. Let's see how this does! Not really had dairy much, and gut seems better for it.