The present study is part of a comprehensive study performed by the Ryazan State Pedagogical University among teachers in different regions of the European part of Russia. It gives a hygienic assessment of actual nutrition in teachers of primary forms from Ryazan comprehensive schools, which was studied continuously during 7 days by questionnaire surveys of 307 teachers in winter and summer. The total dietary intake of protein was less than the normal physiological values in 16.1% of the teachers, higher in 53.4%, and normal in 30.5%. That of fat was less than the normal physiological value in 30.1% and greater in 25.8%. The dietary intake of carbohydrates was less than the normal physiological value in most cases (72.6%). In the primary-form teachers, the daily calorie intake was less than the normal physiological value. There was the highest deficiency of vitamins B1, PP, and C. Analysis of mineral composition indicated that calcium and magnesium were most deficient. Overweight was detected in 32.3% of the teachers. It is concluded that there is a need for balanced feeding in teachers, by expanding the assortment of full-value natural foods.