Have you looked in the nutrition resource center for articles? (Located in the Articles and Videos Drop down menu). When it comes to offering specific dietary advice it is outside the scope of practice for any fitness professional outside of a Registered Dietitian or Nutritionist to offer recommendations on. The legalities of making recommendation outside normal dietary guidelines, such an our site, can be very complex.
I located a couple of articles for you. Just know though that eating too much of one nutrient, such as protein means you are shortchanging yourself from meeting your other dietary means, such as fats and carbs. The body needs all three to function well. Know too that the body cannot store protein and can only metabolize so much 30-42 grams per meal, so eating more than your body needs, will be stored as fat.
Muscle is gained by overloading the muscle to create small tears which as they heal repair and make the muscles larger and stronger, but you still must eat quality and a variety of foods. www.sparkpeople.com/resource/nutrition_art