Actually, yes. I was complaining yesterday that I ate everything that was in sight and then some that was out of sight (and well hidden in the fridge). However, in those days I eat lots and lots of meat (chicken, pork, beef, anything really) potatoes (usually sweet but yesterday regular potatoes as well) and some 70-80-90% chocolate. No sweets or candy, really. My coworkers call them the days that I eat "anything that walks, flies or crawls and then some". And then, I fall under the 1000 kcal mark for 4 or 5 days.
I have absolutely no clue as to what is causing those high calorie days. I cannot link them to stress, exercise or even boredom levels.
Could it be that what you are eating on those constant hunger days are things that you don't eat on your low calorie days? Can you find a pattern in your eating?
Sent from . . my sink. I am still doing the dishes from yesterday's day-long eating . .