|It doesn't work that way. Binge eating is biochemical. Will power has nothing to do with it.
I've been through a similar path... I've tried everything! The CBT has helped me have a healthier relationship with food and myself but I still binge (sometimes purge).
If you've practiced the simple ways of dealing with it but can't seem to shake the behavior, you're just like me. During Feb I went 34 days without binging and this month I've binged six times! Nothing has changed since then except I planned a trip to Hawaii but that's good news!
Anyway, this helps me:
try eating only the things you love. Think about what you really love to eat for breakfast and eat it.
I avoid gluten bc it can cause inflammation in the gut thus preventing nutrient absorption perpetuating the binge urge
Take a really good probiotic
I also dabble in amino acids but I study nutrition and its a bit complex to type out on my iPhone but I use 'crave control' by Integrative Nutrition
Exercise, but not too much, excessive exercise can have the opposite effect and actually be anti-nutrient
Avoid, alcohol, smoking, drugs, caffeine... Also all anti-nutrient (meaning it take nutrients from the body to deal with the toxicity going on within)
Ps if you want the western med route, I've heard topamax works for binge eating