I would wait a bit before getting too crazy with carb cutting. If you have a lot of weight to lose then going low in carbs will help but you may also experience discomfort and lack of energy as a result. If you don’t have that much to lose I personally found going very low on carbs really didn’t do much towards budging fat and now that I eat more carbs (70-200g depending on activity) I actually am losing more.
I would advice to just keep it basic. Eat your meat and vegetables, if you come from a background of heavy grain consumption that change alone will be enough to kick-start weight loss.
I made the mistake of cutting carbs very very low and it didn’t really help. I got used to this VLC (very low carb) lifestyle so I attributed my stalling to not doing enough physical activity but upon re-introducing more vegetables and starches (mostly potatoes) I actually started losing and seeing more definition without dramatically changing how I workout.
Note: I did add sprints back, and of course those are a great tool for fat loss but I still think upping my carbs has helped. I curbed the fat a little, but still eat fat especially on rest days.