Hopefully you know that 600-800 calories per day is dangerous to your health, so I would focus on eating more and making good food choices. If you take a look at the bottom of your nutrition tracker, you'll see your recommended calorie and nutrient ranges. Start small by tracking your food to see where you need to make changes. Don't feel like you have to make drastic changes all at once, but even small things (swapping water for soda, adding some healthy snacks to your day) can lead to big results. So few calories with so much exercise isn't sustainable.
I would also recommend having your body fat tested. When you're so close to your goal and already at a healthy weight for your height, body fat is going to be a better indicator of whether or not you really need to lose more.
Hope that gives you a start.
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