Alexandra Gregg, RD

Health Writer

General Information

Alexandra Gregg is a registered and licensed dietitian with a private practice in Kansas City, Missouri. After studying Nutrition and Dietetics at Northwest Missouri State she completed her Dietetic Internship at Mayo Clinic College of Medicine in Rochester, MN. Following her dietetic internship, Allie worked at Mayo Clinic in a variety of areas including nutrition support, geriatrics, neonatology, and pediatrics. In addition, she was a regular presenter at Mayo Clinic conferences and an educator for dietetic interns.

Experience

  • Mayo Clinic, Rochester

    Geriatric and Psychiatric Dietitian
    Pediatric and Nutrition Support Dietitian
  • Gillette Children’s Specialty Hospital, Saint Paul

    Pediatric Dietitian
  • Fitness Blender

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  • Allie Gregg

    Creative Director, Editor, Author

Education

  • Mayo Clinic

    Pediatric and Nutrition Support Dietitian

Memberships

Mayo Clinic

Gillette Children's Specialty Hospital

Fitness Blender

Allie Gregg

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