carbs are too low
I agree, you are probably overtraining, especially for the amount of carbs you are eating.
You can increase fat loss by restricting carbohydrates, but your energy levels and performance are going to drop if you cut them too much. Very low carbohydrate diets invariably cause muscle to be lost along with the fat. Your heart is a muscle - don't risk damage to it!
Because carbohydrates are your bodyís preferred energy source, the more you reduce your carbohydrates, the less energy you will have. If your workout intensity suffers, your results will suffer.
Carbohydrates help ensure that you donít burn up muscle for energy.
Increase your carbs for a few days until your energy level is back up. Stay "up" for a couple days, then begin "zig-zag" dieting. Three days low carbs, one day high carbs, repeat.
It also helps to limit starchy carbs to the first part of the day, have fibrous carbs in PM. Eat protein with every meal. Drink lots of water!!!