Objective: to study the nutritional status of the organism of primary blood donors of men with normal hemoglobin health for their further use as normative indicators. Materials and methods. 87 Primary blood donors of the male under the conditions of the visiting brigade of the Republican Blood Center of the Ministry of Health of the Republic of Uzbekistan and during the in-patient examination in the donor department of the KON “PREPARATIONS” of Tashkent were included in the study by random sampling. Hematological, biochemical indicators and the content of essential hematopoietic trace elements were studied: iron, copper and zinc, as well as ferrokinetics. Statistical processing of the results was carried out using the Microsoft Excel program. Results. The phenomenon of the predominance of young age donors in the age structure is shown. Hematological, biochemical and ferrokinetic parameters of male donors were within the limits of normative values. The phenomenon of prevalence of serum levels in the blood donors of men of the hematopoietic microelement of zinc over the content of iron and copper and iron in the serum of copper is shown. Conclusions. The normative indicators of microelements in blood donors are derived for their use in monitoring the microelement status of the donor organism.