salubrious suh-LOO-bree-us, adjective: Salubrious is from Latin salubris, “healthful,” from salus, “health.”
Favourable to health; promoting health; healthful.
A physician warned him his health was precarious, so he shelved his legal ambitions and searched for a salubrious climate.
Uptown, however, the tanners’ less salubrious quarter is notorious for its stench.
“Byzantium”, Toronto Star, February 7, 1999