Congrats on the addition of that much weight to an original frame of 165. A couple of things sticking out to me (personally) that I'd change (but remember, there are a number of schools of thought on these subjects). First, I wouldn't want dextrose in my diet. Any sugars I'd want from fruits; so maybe have a serving of fruit first thing instead. I'd also slowly ween off of the milk; dairy isn't too helpful in cutting situations (even skim has ~13g of sugar per serving). I'd probably want my carbs just a little lower and protein a little higher on days I wasn't utilizing weight-training (again, just personal preference). I would spread my fish oil out across the day. When you have workout listed, is that just cardio? If it's ever a weight-training session, I like the protein shake ~15 minutes after workout and then a whole food meal with protein and complex carbs (less as it gets later into the day and closer to bed) about an hour after the shake.
Your meal spacing and overall macros and food choices look pretty good. Be careful with clen and your cardio (as you've mentioned the HR, I'm sure you're already aware - just monitor things). I personally would drop my cals by ~250g/week and no more drastic than that to make sure your body keeps up with things and you don't risk dipping into muscle. As long as you're losing weight at whatever total cal range you're at, I'd stay there and not worry about lowering again until you plateau (i.e. don't just lower cals weekly - only do it when you have to).
Also make sure to taper up on your clen if you haven't used it before to ensure you don't pop too much at first.