Without knowing your specific situation in more detail I can give only some general advice.
Most times, someone in what sounds roughly like your condition will get best results from supporting his workouts and focusing on their quality and amount, as well as improving diet. Don’t cut your calories too severely, as this would slow your metabolism. It’s better to train more than to cut calories too much.
Not knowing your budget also limits recommendations. If your budget makes it personally affordable, I’d support training with Plazma. If budget doesn’t allow that, Surge Recovery is excellent. We’ve learned quite a lot about timing of workout nutrients since the product’s introduction: the label recommendation is not the only way to use it. If using SR in place of Plazma as a less expensive alternate, I use it as 3 or 4 scoops into a relatively large volume of water and have a fraction of it before the workout, sip throughout, and have the final fraction at the end. If you don’t care for having a workout drink during your workout, then I’d have 2-3 scoops pre and 1 scoop post.
Even if wishing to cut, supporting your workout pays off: the carbs are not an issue.
If you have an issue where it’s harder for you to lose fat than it is for other people, or harder than it used to be for you (you didn’t mention your age) I’d strongly consider Indigo-3G if budget allows. If not, you can do very well with training, good workout support, and careful nutrition.
On the other hand, if you have all these things in hand pretty well alread and are looking for an edge on top of what you’re getting from good diet, good training, and good workout support, then I’d consider Carbolin 19-19.