Muscle-building munchies endorsed by nutritionists 

Replace your protein shakes with these tasty and healthful alternatives. 

Cottage cheese on toast and homemade trail mix are two of the dietitian's favorite snacks.  

You need to eat a lot of food in order to put on muscle. 

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All foods can be nutritious, according to nutritionist MacLeod. 

Other dietitians told Insider to consume enough fiber (a carbohydrate that aids digestion)  

and a range of nutritious meals to meet vitamin and mineral needs.  

MacLeod also drinks bone broth for its protein and collagen, which helps improve intestinal health and immunity. 

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