The Dr. McDougall Mobile Cookbook contains over 1,000 healthy recipes. The app has health tips, featured recipes, a shopping list, and a favorites section. You can also access the latest McDougall event information and McDougall store where books, ebooks, DVDs, and apparel can be purchased.

What’s New

Version 3.1

Print capability

Ratings and Reviews

4.7 out of 5
223 Ratings

223 Ratings

Widowed Mom ,


This is so handy! Since I almost always have my phone with me, I can use the recipes while I'm traveling or at friend's or family's. Also, I can check the ingredients when I'm at the grocery store to make sure I have everything I need. The recipes are easy and practical. I've made many of them and even my teenage sons like them. Mary makes things easy like suggesting frozen vegetables so you don't have to spent hours prepping everything. This is the way we eat in our house now. I've gotten rid of my allergies and arthritis so I'll never go back to eating the standard American crap.

SoundtrackBear ,

Good collection, app could be better.

Great collection of recipes but some are duplicates (ceasar dressing). Application could have a "search by ingredient" function, pictures, plus my biggest problem with WFPB media is lack of budget recipes, which would work wonders for beginners who aren't equipped with exotic ingredients or kitchen gadgets. Poor people desperately need to eat better but get turned off by hard to pronounce grains and spices that are also hard to come by in many neigborhoods, not to mention the words tofu and kale send some of them into convulsions. For them, recipes should be as easy as PB&J and just as tasty as the pantry intensive combinations. Stop excluding poor people.

it'shotinArizona ,

Very disappointing !

The only thing different between the app and the website is the shopping list! Save your money, this isn't worth purchasing. The same recipes are on the website, the app allows you to select a recipe then mark ingredients for a shopping list. It doesn't list recipes you select, unless you write the name down you can't keep track of what you select as far as a recipe goes. It doesn't seem to keep a running list, if three recipes call for one onion, the shopping list only shows one onion. Far simpler to use the web site for recipes and pen and paper for meal planning and shopping list.


John McDougall
7.9 MB

Requires iOS 10.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.



Age Rating
Rated 4+
© 2016 John A. McDougall, M.D.


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