Ok, then let me follow through with my own suggestions on low carb. The best advice on low carb diets are actually in the weight loss community. A good book is the "New Atkins for You" and if you want recipes, look for low carb recipe books. I really like Dana Carpender, such as "1001 Low carb recipes."
The key difficulty we often have with our "team," particularly dieticians is that with a low carb diet, you need to eat higher amounts of fat. I eat lots of fat. I don't worry about saturatd fat, but some people do. I use lots of butter, but olive oil is good and I have started to use a lot of coconut oil.
Atkins, if you follow it, will take you down to 20g carbs/day until you adjust and then bring you up to a "maintenance" level. Your total daily bolus levels will drop significantly and you should expect some drop in your basal requirements as well. Most people also find their weight normalizes. Bernstein is the best source of diabetic advice on low carb diets, but he doesn't always help you with good stuff to eat and things like that.