salubrious

[suh-loo-bree-uhs]
adjective
favorable to or promoting health; healthful: salubrious air.

Origin:
1540–50; < Latin salūbr(is) promoting health (akin to salūs health) + -ious

salubriously, adverb
salubriousess, salubrity [suh-loo-bri-tee] , noun
nonsalubrious, adjective
nonsalubriously, adverb
nonsalubriousness, noun
unsalubrious, adjective
unsalubriously, adverb
unsalubriousness, noun

salubrious, salutary (see synonym study at salutary).
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salubrious (səˈluːbrɪəs)
 
adj
conducive or favourable to health; wholesome
 
[C16: from Latin salūbris, from salūs health]
 
sa'lubriously
 
adv
 
sa'lubriousness
 
n
 
salubrity
 
n

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salubrious
1547, from L. salubris "promoting health, healthful," from salus (gen. salutis) "welfare, health" (see salute).
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salubrious sa·lu·bri·ous (sə-lōō'brē-əs)
adj.
Conducive or favorable to health or well-being.

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The environment was more salubrious, with nutritious food available from their crops and cows.
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