What is your fasting insulin? If you were insulin-resistant six weeks ago, you are still insulin-resistant now; this is something that doesn’t get reversed instantaneously. It probably will take at least a year or two. While insulin-resistance and hyperinsulinaemia are pretty much synonymous terms, the curve of the insulin response is as important as the absolute value. Even when we lower the carbs, the insulin response to the carbs we do eat is higher and takes longer to come down than would be the case with someone who was insulin-sensitive.
The short answer is Yes. The number might be a bit lower now than it would have been six weeks ago, but not by much. As mentioned, it takes a while to reverse insulin-resistance.
Remember also that insulin-resistance is not one thing; it is a composite of the responses of various different cells to the flood of insulin resulting from a high-carb diet. Too much insulin causes them to reduce their number of insulin receptors in self-defence, and it takes them quite some time to trust that the low-insulin milieu is going to last. Just as it took us years to eat our way into trouble, it can take a long time to eat our way back out of trouble.