For a start, you're not gonna get more from here than what you would from general reading. You need to educate yourself a little first (e.g. read stickies, good threads etc). Read a lot (basics though, not over-hyped rubbish trying to sell you something)...
Your diet is crap, no basic meat meals. Peaches for a meal? You need to get in complete protein sources, good ones not crappy ham. Hit your protein needs (a little at each meal), and fill the rest with some fat, and minimal carbohydrates (carbs ideally should come after workouts, or really active times and not many at all late at night).
Full body routines (3x/week) are good if you just want to gain some muscle as a newbie and prioritise fat loss (more muscle worked in a session = more fat loss/'afterburn' afterwards).
Tabata workouts are a form of interval training/complexes (cardio) and will help you lose fat, but don't neglect your muscle mass (you'll look 10x better with more muscle at a leaner weight than not...besides that, filling out more can make you look better even with minimal fat loss).
A good start would be proper weight lifting/strength training 3x/week, and tabata 2x/week.
If you're not sure about the tabata, just do high intensity interval training 2x/week instead. When fat loss stalls, you can increase the frequency until doing it up to 4x/week. Always start at the lowest end first (infrequent and brief) and add more ONLY if needed. The diet should take care of most of it, the exercise will do the rest.