If you vowed to eat healthier in the New Year, you're in luck. Here are four new cookbooks that make eating right a priority.

'A Good Food Day'By: Marco Canora and Tammy Walker

Out: Now Cost: $30

Recipe count: 125

Tag line: Reboot your health with food that tastes great.

The deal: Canora, the chef and partner of the James Beard Award-nominated restaurant Hearth and broth-focused side gig Brodo, shares his principles, pantry staples and, of course, nutritious breakfast, lunch, dinner, dessert and snack recipes for a, yes, good food day.

Signature recipe: Chicken broth

'Clean Slate'By: The editors of Martha Stewart Living

Out: Now Cost: $26

Recipe count: 160-plus

Tag line: Reset your health, detox your body, and feel your best.

The deal: Hit reset and start eating clean with recipes that incorporate unprocessed foods and eliminate butter, refined sugar, all-purpose flour and red meat. Don't know where to start? Try the 21-day action plan.

Signature recipe: Green Machine Smoothie

'Supermarket Healthy'By: Melissa d'Arabian

Out: Now Cost: $24.99

Recipe count: 130-plus

Tag line: Recipes and know-how for eating well without spending a lot.

The deal: The Food Network personality breaks down her recipes for family cooking that's budget-friendly (no high-end ingredients here) and healthy, from soups and stews to veggie mains and dessert, in this unintimidating cookbook.

Signature recipe: Peach Dutch Baby Pancake

'Pure Food'By: Veronica Bosgraaf

Out: Feb. 17 Cost: $19.99

Recipe count: 120

Tag line: Eat clean with seasonal, plant-based recipes.

The deal: Bosgraaf, the founder of the organic snack line Pure Bar, shares seasonal, clean, plant-based recipes, many of which are also vegan and gluten-free, that are organized by month.

Signature recipe: Jicama with roasted red pepper, hummus and dulse