Lunch and dinner are more or less inter changeable, so I decided to group them together and throw out all sorts of options.
Mexican bowls are always a good, healthy option, and depending on if you are eating any carb-balanced diet plan, you can always remove the rice and go with double beans.
I like to use brown rice, black beans, beef, guacamole, and either non-dairy cheese or a cheese-free option, just because I am watching my fat contents.
Tuna, whether canned, raw, or sashimi style, is always a great option that can also be paired with beans or just about any vegetable. Be careful with canned tuna if you are on any type of reduced sodium diet because the canned version is rich in sodium. As I mentioned earlier, I watch my blood pressure, so I avoid the canned tuna because the sodium content can really mess me up. Anything processed, for that matter, will do the same. Read labels, and be careful.
While I don't eat these exact meals every day, I do make sure that 2 of my 3 meals are really focused on a lean protein from the list above, some beans, which are great for testosterone, and high in fiber, and some vegetables. It's really simple, and it's something my nutritionist friend promised would lead to weight loss, and it has!