You might have breakfast and lunch covered when it comes to a weight-loss plan, but dinner can prove to be a little more difficult. Stress and temptation can sneak in after a long day at work, and building that perfect plate to satisfy your body and support your goals can feel like a guessing game.

According to registered dietitian Shira Lenchewski, dinner should be "delicious, satisfying, and loaded with repair-oriented nutrients." Lucky for us, she's offered a straightforward, four-part dinner plan you can follow every night. Even better, she's included the perfect portions of the foods she recommends to clients on a weight-loss journey.

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