Is there a point where it gets excessive? I'm currently bulking with a massive eating thing, and my diet usually ends up being around 50% protein, then between 30-40% fat depending on whether or not it's a lifting day. I'm usually getting 200g carbs or so on lifting days, with 130 or so on non lifting, most consumed either in the morning or after/during physical activity.
My ratios used to be a lot better, but I'm finding that there are only so many sources of clean carbs a guy can take. I've pretty much (totally) removed partially hydrogenated/HFCS/soy protein from my diet, so a large portion of carb sources disappear. Anyways, I have a fitday log if anyone is curious that I track pretty much religiously.
The point of this story is: Will lowered levels of carbohydrates inhibit my ability to build muscle? I understand glycogen synthesis and such, but I'm wondering if I need to go the extra mile to consume lots and lots of carbs to build the muscle.