The purpose of this study is to examine the way of health education for female university students to prevent lifestyle-relate diseases by clarifying continuation factors of their healthy eating behavior. The study targets female nursing students, using a questionnaire to ask attributes, whether or not to pursue any healthy eating behavior more than six months, and any continuation factors. logistic regression analysis shows that the maintenance of healthy eating behavior is related to the following attributes such as "grade", "living environment", "supper", "part-time job", and to other factors such as "expectation to the effect", "existence of the friend", "critical mind", "value to the health", "good self-rated health", "environment", "Knowledge/understanding", "emotional support", and "self-efficacy". This means that continued behavior is classified into two types; behavior continued due to attributes or due to other factors. It is thought that eating behavior due to attributes is continued if health education is carried out to a group with same attributes, particularly students with attributes of "single-life". Eating behavior dure to other factors would be continued if health education provides data of effect of healthy eating behavior, goals and opportunity to make friends. Thee study tells us the importance of target and choice of themes in health education for female university students to prevent lifestyle-related diseases.