The aim of the study is to determine the relationship between the health literacy level of university students and their attitudes towards healthy eating. The universe of the study consists of 21035 students studying at Bilecik Şeyh Edabali University and Samsun University. The sample of the study was determined as 377 students in the calculation of the sample, which was carried out with a 95% confidence interval, 5% margin of error, and 50% incidence and 50% absence. Simple random sampling method was used as the sampling method in the study, and the study was carried out on 377 students between 24.02.2022 and 25.05.2022. In the study, the European Health Literacy Scale, the Turkish version of which was validated by Aras and Bayık Temel (2017), and the Attitude towards Healthy Eating Scale developed by Tekkurşun Demir and Cicioğlu (2019) were used. As a result of the correlation analysis, it was determined that there was a significant, positive and low level relationship between university students' attitudes towards healthy eating and their health literacy levels (r=0.384). With an attitude towards healthy eating; A positive, significant and low correlation (r=0.293) between Access to Information, one of the sub-dimensions of Health Literacy; A positive, significant and low relationship between Understanding Information (r= 0.334); There is a positive, significant and low relationship between Appraisal/Evaluation (r=.0343) and a positive, significant and low-level relationship (r= 0.338) between Application / Use dimension. As a result, as the health literacy level of university students increases, the attitudes towards healthy eating increase at a low level.