My first impressions (someone else can probably chime in), but it looks much too low on veggies, and the veggies that you are including are not the best sources of good carbs. You should be eating at least 1/2 cup of vegetables at breakfast, at least 2 cups at lunch, and at least another 2 cups at dinner. Maybe because you're under-eating vegetables, you're over-eating protein. (There's technically not a limit on protein foods, but if you eat enough vegetables you aren't likely to want to eat triple servings of protein foods, which is what you did at dinner.)
I don't see any dairy (which means milk or yogurt) at all, even though that's recommended. Beans, split peas, lentils, or other legumes are also recommended as part of your veggies. Both of those would add some good carbs and probably help your energy levels. One reason you might be experiencing problems is that if you don't eat enough good carbs, your energy levels may suffer. (The protein bread you ate - although not on the menu for phase 1 - would help with that some, but even that is not particularly high in good carbs.)
I looked up the recipe for the protein bread - it has fruit and grain in it, neither of which is on the menu in phase 1. (No bread of any kind, really.) It would probably be fine in phase 2, though.
Peanut butter should be the kind with just peanuts and salt as the only ingredients (or just peanuts if you're eating the no-salt kind). I don't know whether your low-sodium peanut butter fits the bill.
Have a look at the phase 1 FAQ page - there are links to the phase 1 "foods to enjoy" list and the "how to adapt your meal plan" template, both of which should be helpful.