I feel the same way-I was a binger though so I am not sure if this is relatable. Binging fulfilled a something in me, and I hated that I could no longer "run" to it. Physically and emotionally. Physically, a part of me wants to eat way past fullness, for some reason its reassuring "hey everything else is bad, but I still have the food"
Even overeating-the HUGE (quantity matters, a moderate amt can't do this for me) of cheap chocolate and bread sent my body skyrocketing before the crash. I missed that skyrocketing for a long time, but then I tried having some cheat days and I found that I hated them. Look me a long time to get there and I never thought that I would ever hate the experience, but I did.
So it really depends on what you crave. Do you want moderate amts of the carbs and sugar? Maybe you can keep them in your diet, just watch teh cals. But if you want enormous quantities, I know for me, going cold turkey for a month or so really helped reduced the want.
I listened to my gut and it said "You could do with less of me."