So for a long time now, I have not ate during the day. Sometimes (rarely) I will eat breakfast, but most often, I skip it. Then, I go to work and am busy all day and don't think about eating. Everyone (CW-everyone) tells me I'm crazy and harming my body, but I'm ok with defying them because--with very few exceptions--I am not hungry and do not think about food during the day. (If I were hungry, I would eat. I'm not a zealot about not eating during the day--just don't think about it, and don't feel the need to do it.)
Anyway, my first meal is typically when I get home around 3:30-4:30 PM. When I eat at this point, I get ridiculously hungry and, a lot of nights, end up eating way more than I should before I go to bed at 9-10PM. It's like when I start eating, my body realizes all the food I skipped. Is this a mental thing, or is there a truly physical response going on? How do I reduce my seemingly insatiable appetite at night? Or is it just one of those suck it up and go to bed hungry things?