I always bolus for the full carb content, I totally ignore the “net carbs” or “good vs. bad carbs” propaganda. The main reasons are:
a) I was diabetes-educated over 20 years ago, so my thinking is still “old school” and that is, a carb is a carb and they all end up as glucose eventually.
b) there is no FDA regulation of terms like “net carbs” or “good carbs” so the product makers can take liberties with that labeling. On the other hand, the standard nutritional information labels are regulated and must be accurate (unless the FDA is asleep on the job), so I trust them a lot more.
I’ve never found a low “net carb” food to make any difference, and I always bolus for the total carb content listed on the nutritional information panel. Oh, and I ignore Sugar Alcohol info, too as it doesn’t seem to matter for me.
As Rebecca says, YBMV (You Body May Vary).