It’s hard not to overdo it during the holidays. If you’re looking to counteract some indulgences this season, these places have opened just in time. Here are four new healthy-leaning restaurants to know:

Ancolie

This small Greenwich Village spot takes the mason jar salad trend to the next level. Dubbed an “epicurean cantine,” Ancolie opened earlier this month, serving healthy, wholesome, ready-to-go meals and snacks in custom-made, reusable glass jars. Signature dishes include a chia pudding for breakfast, a rainbow salad with red cabbage and turmeric cauliflower rice and a farro grain jar with cauliflower or chicken. Warm dishes and soups are also prepared daily. Bring your jar back and get a $1 off your next order. 58 W. Eighth St., 646-524-5929, ancolie.co

Blake Lane

Chia pudding, green smoothies, squash toasts and kale salads are just some of the health-conscious items on offer at this all-day, California-style eatery, which opened on the Upper East Side in mid-November. The beverage program also has an eye towards health, with fresh ingredients and herbs in drinks such as the turmeric mule (turmeric-infused vodka, lime juice and ginger) and oolong spritz (oolong-infused tequila with fresh lime and pear juice), as well as organic and biodynamic wines. You can still indulge in sweets, such as a gluten-free banana bread with whipped cocoa mascarpone. 1429 Third Ave., 212-988-4700, blakelanenyc.com

Miss Paradis

French restaurateurs known for their healthful cuisine are behind this bi-level restaurant, slated to open in NoLIta on Dec. 1. Claude Louzon and his daughter, Julie, have drawn notice for their Mediterranean- and California-influenced eatery not just for the food, which will be heavy on fish and veggies, but for the Philippe Starck-designed space, which includes a nine-foot-tall sculpture of a chrome apple with an arrow through it planned for the roof. 47 Prince St., miss-paradis.com

Eatsa

Get breakfast and lunch to go in midtown at this fully-automated, take-out-only restaurant, which debuted on the West Coast last year and is opening its first NYC spot in mid-December. Order your own customizable quinoa bowl, topped with ingredients such as avocado, kale and carrots, through an app and pick it up in a “personalized cubby.” 285 Madison Ave., eatsa.com