Ill give a few things that jump out at me and try to help. Bit busy tonight and leaving town for the weekend but figure If I start it out others then will chime in fill the gaps and of course give their unique opinions.
First thing is you are defeating yourself by doing ALL that work in a fasted state. Sure it is most likely leading to WEIGHT loss, but more than likely a large amount of MUSCLE loss accounts for that weight. NOT GOOD. Your goal should be to keep as much muscle as you can and lose fat. The muscle will not only make you look better but also it will burn even more calories.
Now I am a HUGE fan of fasted or semi fasted cardio for fat loss/prevention you just have to be careful. After the nighttime fast your are in a catabolic state your glycogen stores are tapped and you have no choice but to burn either fat or convert muscle into fuel. You want the fats to be used. To do this you need to keep the exercise LOW intensity. For a Guy your size a simple walk for 45-60 minutes will do this Just fine. What Lonnie Lowery calls ?non panting? cardio. Look at his stuff and also read these.
Cardio Roundatble I&II
All in all the meals look OK I suppose. I would add a LOT more veggies and fruit. Drop the Crap pita and rice late in the day and add a LOT more healthy fats. Also add another meal in pre bed time. Not eating after supper is making that morning Fasted stuff you are doing even worse by extending the fast period.
Read these they should pretty much get all this covered. Along with all LL?s stuff I recommended earlier
Foods That Make You Look Good Nekid
The Carbohydrate Roundtable, Part 1&2
Fat Roundtable I&II
T Dawg 2
12 lbs in two weeks is PERFECT. You should not aim for more than 2 lbs a week unless you don?t mind losing a LOT of muscle mass as well. @ 6?5? and your weight if you carry a LOT of muscle as you say I would take it SLOW and try and just cut that fat.
Supps. I would suggest taking a look at HOT-ROX After you get diet and training in place.
Also you don?t mention weight training. While cardio is great for your goal; it should be only a small addition onto a training program based in resistance exercise.
OK that should get you started.
Come on back with more info and I will chime in as soon as I can (probably not before Monday) or hopefully others will help out.