Originally Answered: how to lose my appetite completely?
You need about
1852 calories (I calculated using your information) and yes it's to lose weight
You can't get rid your appetite sweetie but you can get your binging under control
Don't allow yourself to go too long b/w meals you want to avoid getting to that ravenously hungry state. Some healthy snack ideas
hummus w/ raw veg, a slice of multigrain bread w/ a bit of natural nut butter or apple slices with nut butter, fruit and cottage cheese or string cheese, natural yoghurt with fresh berries or muesli, fruit and/or vegetable smoothies, plain nuts and seeds maybe mixed with some dry fruit, edamame, healthy crackers with some of that lowfat Laughing Cow Cheese, oatmeal (add some fruit, almonds, ground flax seed), sweet potato with cinnamon yoghurt, healthy cereal, kashi or luna bars, brown rice in rice milk
Always eat breakfast and ideally make it your largest meal
This might be hard but MSG and other flavor enhancers stimulate appetite (fast and processed food contains a lot of unnatural additives) so try to cut down on such foods
Sugar and salt can stimulate eating so reduce them and cut out soda entirely
You have to find out what's really going on that makes you want to turn to food
Are you bored (this is one of my biggest reasons for overeating)? If so get outside, call up some friends you could get together and play tennis or Frisbee something fun that isn't linked to food, do something intellectually stimulating that consumes your attention (don't mindlessly watch tv or surf the net, in fact cut off the tv those food ads will suck you in, you need to do something that snaps you out of your coma basically), clean or redecorate as much as I hate cleaning it actually keeps me from snacking, make time for hobbies or get a hobby if you haven't any
Are you thirsty? Have a glass of water, sometimes the urge to eat is actually thirst
Are your stressed out? Exercise, confide in a friend, express yourself paint, write in your journal, carve whatever, practice some yogic breathing techniques, meditate, get some fresh air maybe a nice walk or bike ride preferably somewhere like a park or forest, play with your pets (if you have them), take a nice bubble bath, or get a massage if possible
Are you tired? Get some fresh air, have a few plain nuts or seeds, drink some water, take a 30 minute power nap, take a shower
Are you sad? Talk to a friend, have a comedy night, vent in a journal, do yoga (helped me through Depression), meditate a useful technique is to simply observe your thoughts/feelings without adding on to them, and label thoughts as these arise simply "Thinking" Don't label your thoughts or emotions as bad or wrong or as good either, simply accept them and let them pass. Moods are like weather they will pass things will improve you have to learn to be with uncomfortable feelings, a lot of people try to bury their feelings beneath food to break this cycle you have to face your thoughts/feelings in an open, gentle, and nonjudgmental manner
Don't have junk food just laying around in plain site, always store junk food if you will have it in the home high up behind closed doors
Eat till you are 80% full, slow down and savor your food, if necessary eat with chop sticks or set your fork down b/w each bite it takes about 20 minutes to recognize the sensation of being full so try to stretch your meal time for 20 minutes.
Keep your sat fat 14 grams since you are dieting and aim to get more healthy fats (fatty fish, olives, avocado, plain nuts and seeds, olive and flaxseed oil)
Divide your plate 1/2 fruit and veg, 1/4 fiber-rich carbs (aim for 24-38 grams of fiber a day it will make you feel more sated but if you don't consume much now gradually increase intake otherwise you will get stomach pains), 1/4 lean protein
Keep a food diary and record exactly what you ate as well as any triggers that might have led to binging
It may help to have a glass of water or a bowl of miso soup (seaweed is fantastic for the metabolism) before a meal
If you mess up at one meal, oh well get back on track with your next meal, don't try and guilt yourself, keep your messages positive
Eat a variety of foods to avoid nutritional deficiencies (it was also keep you from getting bored), you need to aim for 100 different healthy foods a week be adventurous try different cuisines, new recipes etc.
This site has tons of healthy recipes