Well, not only bodybuilders, but just about every darn competitive (Olympic and professional) athlete as well. Not to mention ordinary, physically active folks like myself who are in good health, and will remain in good health.
Maybe we can advise elite distance athletes who consume 5,000+ calories per day to not eat grains. That would be fun.
Can someone tell me how Mike Phelps should manage to consume 10,000 calories AND engage in VERY strenuous activity without grain intake or low carb intake?
Maybe Ben Johnson would've performed better on the track had he not eaten so many damn grain and sodium laden fast food cheeseburgers that he was reported to eat after practice.
I said it before and I'll say it again: I'm still wondering why there aren't people keeled over in pain in and in the parking lots of Italian restaurants considering that dairy and grains (what every friggin' good Italian dish has a shitload of) are supposed to be causing so many darn problems. Italians, especially American Italians, should be basketcases according to Koresh and other fearmongers' reasoning.
And so should everyone doing a 1,000+ gram carb day on their high carb day for KARBZ CYKLING.