Your low carb days are 162g of carbs, at a bf of 20%?
No wonder you can't lose weight...
I would throw carb cycling out altogether, and keep the carbs you do eat at the peri-workout window only. Here's some John Berardi advice from an old T-Nation article...
Or, if you really DO want to keep doing carb cycling, then go to this same article and see what Shelby Starnes says (http://www.T-Nation.com/testosterone-magazine-637#from-dud-to-stud).
Testosterone: Damn, that's a lot of work, but it sounds incredibly effective. But we all know training isn't anything without nutrition. So how is this guy gonna eat for the next 30 days? JB, you wanna start us off?
Berardi: Sure. In general, three things need to happen: fewer calories, fewer carbs, and lots of water.
For the guys who like to count everything a good rule of thumb is to eat about ten times your bodyweight in calories. So a 200-pound guy should be eating around 2,000 calories.
For carbs, I'd recommend you take in three-quarters of your bodyweight. So our 200-pound guys would be consuming 150 grams of carbs per day or less. And for water, I want to see at least a gallon per day.
Split your calories into four meals per day with 40-60 grams of protein per meal. Skip the grains and get your carbs from fruits and veggies. Take a full serving of Flameout every day, and make sure to get some high-quality fats from flax seeds, avocados, olive oil, and different nuts. Just don't go too nuts (pun intended) because it'll be pretty easy to go over your caloric threshold for the day.
In essence, have some berries for breakfast, and have some Surge during your workout. And have a sweet potato if you want post-workout, but even that isn't necessary.