Really getting the hang of this low net carb keto meal planning while still being able to maintain my daily fiber requirements which caused me problems when I tried keto a year or so ago:
2 net carbs for breakfast today and almost half my daily fiber requirements. overnight 'oats' made with hemp hearts, chia seeds and cashew milk then added some psyllium husks (to thicken more and add fiber) and half a small avocado, with a epic uncured bacon bar and mozzarella string cheese on the side. I am lazy and don't look to cook much since I am the only one in the house doing keto. macros of 13% carbs, 62% fat and 25% protein counting the extra 5 calories and 1 carb from the uptime energy drink I had when I woke up at 4am.
I have also found some other good low net carb fiber sources: benefiber works good if you can't get it in real food, or need just a little extra, at 1 net carb for 3 grams of fiber and you can buy them in single serving packs which are good to keep in the glove box. I also keep a half of a no cow protein bar which isn't very high in fat but only 4 net carbs per half a bar for 10 grams of fiber. And one of my favorite sources of protein is dry roasted edamame when the rest of my meal is low in fiber (i.e. eating just eggs, meat, cheese or sandwich on keto bread): 2 net carbs for 8 grams of fiber - http://www.seapointfarms.com/dry-roasted-edamame.html
FYI in case anyone is wondering: that is fitbit's food tracking. I gave up on myfitnesspal (again) this weekend because of all the issues syncing my steps and net calorie adjustment from my fitbit alta hr to the mfp site/app.