Hi! Sorry about the late reply.
I would try lowering the fat a little bit and probably increasing the carbs on training days. On off days you don't need to have your carbs as high because your body doesn't require as much "fuel" on this those days.
It's tough to say without knowing you well to give you any exact macros for dieting as I am not familiar with how your body responds to different food types and amounts. One suggesting I will say is to be careful with your carb timing. Pre, Intra and post workout are generally the best times for you to be consuming the majority of your daily carbs.
The doctors recommendation to just simply cut out carbs isn't a solution. It's not a diet that's sustainable... you're better off making small changes in dietary habits over time and it becomes a lifestyle change instead of a crash diet.
If your body is sensitive to carbs and doesn't respond well to them you could try a supplement like Indigo3g. It will allow you to consume more carbs in the day and help with your body comp. goals.
Good luck with your progress. I hope you are having a great beginning to 2017