All of Dr Ranj’s recipes come in below the recommended maximum daily intake of 2,000 calories a day for women and 2,500 a day for men Summer is just around the corner but, after the gluttony of Easter, how can we ditch those extra pounds and save on the weekly shop at the same time? Dr Ranj Singh’s healthy meal-planner for Sunday Mirror readers is the answer – making food prep easier and healthier than ever. All the recipes come in below the recommended maximum daily intake of 2,000 calories a day for women and 2,500 a day for men. ITV doctor and former Strictly star Ranj, 39, says: “These meal plans will help you understand the calorific content of your food – which is the key to losing weight. “Many people think nothing of tucking into a bag of crisps with their sandwich at lunchtime, but these add-ons can have huge calorific consequences.” If you need to eat a little extra, while still keeping calories under the recommended amount, his book Save Money, Lose Weight – out this week – also contains healthy snacks. Porridge is undoubtedly a great way to start your day – inexpensive, packed full of fibre, quick and filling. The banana and cinnamon here add a great warmth an...