Perhaps your Dietitian/Nutritionist could give you a few examples of what is considered suitable for you? I would be inclined to make contact with her (assuming she is a 'she') and explain your situation. She should have some hand-outs to help you.
Rather than buying dressings, why not make your own? A squeeze of lemon juice and a couple drops of Olive Oil or Rice Bran oil with a tbsp of water and mixed thoroughly is a great dressing. Putting some lemon juice into about a tablespoon of avocado and blitzing that would give about 1.5g carbs. The Avocado is a healthy fat.
Tuna with a sprinkle of Lemon Pepper is nice - look for a good quality bread that has higher protein/lower fat, carbs and sodium. You will need to pay particular attention to the Nutrition Label because all breads are NOT created equal - even comparing wholegrain with other wholegrain . Some a fail the requirements miserably, but others may be quite suitable. Thin slices should be o.k. and making a sandwich out of that and with some cottage cheese and lettuce/tomato should bring you in under the carbs that she wants you to have. A hard boiled egg for a snack can help to keep your sugar levels balanced during the day.
BUT. I really think that you would be best to talk with your Dietitian. Also, are you a member on an active Diabetes Team? If not, you would find a lot of suggestions by joining one!
Below is link that you might find helpful re carbs in various foods and serving sizes - remember you could always eat LESS than a serving to get a variety of foods in. www.sparkpeople.com/resource/health_articl
Edited by: SLIMMERKIWI at: 3/8/2013 (01:24)