Generally, if you're not losing at all (i.e. you've not been losing then suddenly hit a plateau) the issue is that you're calorie deficeit is too low (or non-existant).
It is pretty easy to figure your calorie burn too high, your intake too low, or both.
You don't list your height/weight, but your burn seems high. Sometimes our bodies don't cooperate with what the computer says and we need to reduce our calorie burn figure. To make mine jive, I add 8 hours of sleep, for instance. This seems to make my actual loss correspond pretty closly to what the computer says it should be.
Now, are you weighing and measuring your portions, and logging everything? It's easy to misjudge portions, forget about cooking oils, condiments, etc.
I'd relook at all your data, then think about cutting calories back a bit. I bet you'll see results.
Given the right food choices, I find I am pretty comfortable at 1500 calories. Given my 290 weight (now) and "seated with some movement" lifestyle and modest exercise I'm losing an average of 2.5 lbs a week. This is with a theoretical calorie deficeit of around 1500 a day.
Hope this helps.
47 M 5'8"
May 4, 2010...... 440? lbs. (Start FitDay Size 60 Jeans)
June 19, 2010.... 393 lbs. (First Weigh-in)
June 19, 2011.... 229 lbs. (164 lbs. gone in one year :-)
Current Weight... 185 lbs. (Size 36 Jeans)
Next Goal 169 lbs. (07/04/12)
Ultimate Goal 165 lbs. (12/31/12)
The best exercises for weight loss are Fork Putdowns and Table Pushaways.