Your calories seem in the right range BUT a calorie is not a calorie. Meaning, the number of calories IS important but even MORE important is the CONTENT of those calories. To be more precise, 1400 calories from carbs alone will make your body look way worse compared to 600 calories of protein PLUS 600 calories of fat PLUS 200 calories from carbs. 600+600+200=1400 still, but the ratio makes all the difference in the world.
That's the first thing that comes to my mind The second thing would be your heart rate while doing your cardio.
To ensure you are using fat as fuel during your cardio, it is best to keep your heart rate between 120-130 beats per minute. Anything above 130 will use glucose as fuel, not fat. And if you do not have glucose in your system (carbs), your body will create its own glucose by converting your muscle tissue. This is called gluceneogenesis. Basically, eating up your muscles for fuel. Therefore leaving your fat stores alone. Not cool, right?
If you use the following recommendations, you will notice your metabolism speed up and your body temp rise throughout the day:
150 grams for protein
65 grams for fats
50 grams for carbs
That would be your daily goal. Divide the protein & fats by however many meals you will have during the day and you will have your goal for each meal. Leave the carbs alone as they should all come from your protein/fat sources, meaning they will be incidental or trace amount of carbs. Eating in this manner will fool your body into using stored fat as fuel. Fat is absolutely the last thing our bodies want to use as fuel. Our bodies will use these substrates for fuel if present in our system: alcohol, carbs, protein, fat. So logic says to remove alcohol and carbs from our diet. Feed our body enough protein and lift weights to ensure protein is not used as fuel. This leaves fat. Bingo!
The key to losing fat is 3fold:
proper amounts of macronutrients (protein/fat/carbs)
proper type of cardio (low intensity mentioned above)
lifting weights to maintain our existing muscle mass.
One without the others will always give you unsatisfactory results.
Take pictures once per week to compare. Weigh yourself at the same time. Log it down. Oh ya, once per week have a meal where you eat anything your heart desires. This helps us mentally but more importantly, it helps spike our metabolism which slows down during dieting.
Good Luck! and email me if you have any questions