It seems there are a couple people who commented on the kettelbells (ie,drop them) without knowing what they are. Sure they are 'lighter' but for overall strength and conditioning they are awesome. If you like doing them and have the energy you can include them in your program.
HOWEVER - I think you want to arrange your schedule so you are working out hard 3-4 days a week tops. This is so you can have some post-workout carbs - and not need them every single day. Seriously, weights + k-bells and krav-maga on top of that is plenty - and should be intense enough so that a rest day is optimal from both a body recovery standpoint and giving you 3-4 days a week of lower carbs.
Looking at your schedule, a lot depends on how vigorous you are doing the k-bells. If you are only swinging a light bell for 5 minutes maybe that isn't enough to qualify as a 'workout' day and you can do lower carb days MWFSun. But if you are doing a full on swing/snatch workout that breaks a real sweat then you are doing glycogen depletion MTWThFSat and that isn't going to be sustainable.
Last point, it seems you are thinking the more you exercise the more calories you will burn and therefore the more you will lose. This isn't how it works. The more exercise you do, the more hungry you will get, the more you will eat. The things that result in weight loss are:
overall caloric deficit
periods of time without eating, ie, IF
(note: many people find lower carb paleo diet best for #1 and #2)
sprint HGH workouts
Read leangains and check the examples. Most of Martin's clients do 3 short gym sessions a week and even stay away from glycogen depleting exercise. I happen to love k-bells and once a week do some sprints, and also have a short duration barbell/bodyweight program; but I'm not doing glycogen depletion every day and make sure to get at least 2 full rest days per week. Then a 3rd day is pretty light, and a 4th day is a sprint workout that is 15-20 minutes tops. I only go heavy (ie barbell + kbells) 3 times a week and the barbell portion of that is very short.