Ok....here is what you do. First of all recognize the fact that Phen doesn't give the same full blown effect weeks after being on Phen. Your body eventually gets used to it, so you get back those cravings and hunger pains. In between each bottle of Phen I stop taking it for a week (to get it out of my system). During this week I continue to be strict with my eating. After that week I go back on and Phen will take away my appetit again for about a week. After that you really must train yourself to only eat during meal time and to have a healthy snack inbetween. I always keep in mind that Phen is not going to fix me. Only I can fix me. Phen is just a tool I am using to train myself to eat better. So when You get those cravings and hunger pains, try to continue eating healthy during you regular eating times and keep your portions reasonable.
The reason why you feel like you need to stuff yourself is because you need to eat things with more substance. I'm guessing that when you "eat healthy," you don't eat much (very little actually) AND you don't eat any protein (or very little). Protein is what will fill you up. You must eat things of good substance (chicken, tuna, a little bit of red meat, nuts, etc). This will help fill you up more then you won't feel a need to cram in more food. I totally know the feeling you are talking about . Sometimes I'll eat something and then after that I just want something hearty. So to avoid eating something bad. I will go back and eat a fruit and some crackers (yes that is in addition to the meal). I don't do this often though, because I try to make sure my meals have substance to them, in the first place. You must also listen to your body. Cravings aren't a figure of our imagination. When we crave something, it normally means our body is missing something. When want to stuff your face, it is because you body is needing more protein and substance in your meal. Like for example if you are craving chocolate then that means your body is lacking Magnesium, therefore you should eat things with high magnesium. Dalako posted a thread called https://www.phentermine.com/forum/my...-cravings.html. She lists cravings---what you are missing---and how to fill that craving.
As far as how to break your cycle of overeating and getting back on track...it is fairly simple. Just commit yourself to this. I went through the same thing and gained 5lbs back. So this is what I did: Allow yourself 2 more days of binging (ahhh this is heavenly ) lol. Then on that 3rd day get back on track. But here is the tricky part.....you have to actually get back on track....no exscuses...no seriously. You must make "not being on track" not an option. It just can't happen. At that moment "not being on track" is not even in your world and does not exsist. When you allow yourself those 2 days to go crazy you are mentally preparing yourself. You are letting your body know "ok, today is the last day you will have Burger King for a while.:nosh:" You are fulfilling your cravings making it easier to not miss it as much once you get back on track. Once you are back on track be strict for a week. Then after that week allow yourself 1 day a week to have treats. But that treats MUST end that day. After you can truly follow that for a couple of weeks, then you can allow yourself treats any day of the week (but only a small amount and not everyday). When I fell of the cycle I also cut down going to the gym so on the day I got back to eating right, I re-committed myself to the gym.
Getting back on track is possible, but you need to just make a commitment. Once you are able to get back on track....staying focused will be easier because you will be able to see that it is possible for you. Losing weight and reaching your goal is not a fairytale or a dream. It is obtainable. You can do this....remember "mind over matter." You control this 120%, but you have lost the control over the past month. Take that control back and lose that weight. YOU....CAN....DO...IT-------COMMIT to it!
Hope this helps....good luck