You’re only coming in at 2150 kcal, so you’re missing your target of 2480. You could try bumping up your whey/soy protein a little to make up some of the gap, do this in small increments. I jumped too far when this happened to me and it was not very consumable. If you end up jacking the protein up quite a bit you may want to consider adding a little more fiber.
For a Keto nutrition profile you have far too many carbs. It looks like you’re trying to strike some kind of balance between carbs and protein… if you aren’t very accustomed to a low-carb diet this could be the root of your issue. I found that it was very difficult to switch from burning carbs to protein. The body generally doesn’t want to go the “expensive” route toward breaking down proteins for energy when it has become used to breaking down carbs, which are comparatively “cheap” for the body to break down from what I understand.
Maybe you want to supplement with some light carb choices throughout the day and try to slowly ween yourself off them? Generally speaking making a drastic change in your daily nutrition profile, at least your proportions of carbs/protein/fat, can be difficult to do.
I’m made some assumptions, I don’t intend to offend or say you are doing things a certain way. Just sharing my experiences.