Hi Joey. It all comes down to how your blood sugar behaves with the food you eat but you have to test before and a couple of hours after eating to know what the impact of the food is.
If you're active during the day, then eating the low-carb bread with some good protein and some food with a lot of fiber (salad, etc.) might be fine for you.
When reading the package label, you look at the total carbs. There is some belief that high fiber content can lessen the effects on blood sugar. This may be an individual effect, so the only way you'll know is by testing, as I wrote.
Bottled or prepared salad dressings frequently have sugar added, so always read the ingredients. Don't buy dressing that has sugar, honey, HFCS, or any sugar. The best way to know what's in the dressing is to make your own. Mix any oil that you like with lemon juice or vinegar, salt, pepper and whatever herbs you like. Keep it in the fridge if you don't use it up in one sitting.
diabetes type 2 controlled by diet and exercise and
very low carb way of eating