The question is almost never about whether you're getting too much of X; the question is whether eating that much X means you don't get enough Y.
Are you getting enough fiber? Calcium? Protein? Usually, low carb diets end up being too low in fiber. Getting too little fiber from food is often a marker for getting too little of the vitamins that are usually also there in foods with fiber, but that we don't count separately, and also of minor nutrients that most people don't even know about but that are the really healthy part of high-fiber foods. (These minor nutrients are the reason that fiber supplements don't reduce your cancer risks the way that the same amount of fiber from food does.)
You'll also want to look at the type of fat you're getting. Saturated fat shouldn't be more than 10% of your calories most days.
There are probably some easy ways to bring the balance closer to the standard. For example, try making your burrito with mushrooms and/or peppers instead of turkey bacon (and/or with a very small amount of real bacon instead of a full serving turkey bacon-- if you really read the labels, turkey bacon is kind of disappointing in how few calories it saves you.) Soy chorizo is another possibility; I'm not a vegetarian, but I like soyrizo better than regular! in the afternoon, try one tablespoon of pb instead of two, with sliced fruit. PB and banana sandwich is the classic, but sliced strawberries, apples, etc are really good and will probably be a little more effective at powering the run.
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