Skip to content
My WebMD Sign In, Sign Up

Food & Recipes

Cooking Tips

Font Size
A
A
A

After you clean out your kitchen, time to hit the grocery store and start cooking. Here are some tips for healthy recipes and healthy meals from start to finish.

Shop and Save

WebMD asked some experts for tips and strategies on saving money on your grocery bill while still eating healthfully. 

Healthy eating doesn't start in your kitchen. It begins when you wheel your cart down the aisles of your local supermarket.

Food Safety

It is important to cook foods at a safe temperature to avoid food poisoning. The following picture shows you safe temperatures for a number of foods.

Medically known as food-borne illness or food-borne disease, you probably know food poisoning as miserable -- whatever it's called.

Quick tips to help keep bacteria and parasites out of your kitchen -- and your food.

Dining Out

Resisting temptation at a restaurant can be tough, especially when you're taunted by seemingly unlimited choices -- like when they roll around the dessert cart.

While high-fat, high-calorie breakfasts abound at the nation's fast-food restaurants, most chains offer at least one or two healthier items -- if you must fill up at a drive-through.

The Center for Science in the Public Interest (CSPI) has identified nine of the most fattening restaurant meals.

Today on WebMD

fresh smoothie
Recipes
breakfast
Recipes
 
grilled chicken salad
Recipes
Butternut squash soup
Tool
 

WebMD Recipe Finder

Browse our collection of healthy, delicious recipes, from WebMD and Eating Well magazine.



bread
Recipes
soup
Recipes
 
roasted chicken
Recipes
variety of beans
Recipes
 
vegetarian sandwich
Recipes
fresh vegetables
Recipes
 
smoothie
fitArticle
Foods To Boost Mens Heath Slideshow
Slideshow
 

WebMD Special Sections