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Background Information

Employment History

West Side Community Health Services


Adjunct Professor

University of Minnesota


Nutritionist

Children's Hospital


Health Start , Inc.


Web References(5 Total References)


Healthy Eating for the Whole Family | Diabetes Forecast Magazine

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The entire family will benefit,' " says Irene Alton, RD, a dietitian with West Side Community Health Services in St. Paul, Minn.
But darned if those kids don't find it,' " says Alton.


About Us > The Emily Program

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Irene Alton, R.D., L.N.
Registered Licensed Dietitian Irene has an extensive background in community nutrition for adolescents, teens and women. She worked with Health Start, Inc., a nonprofit within West Side Community Health Services to provide multi-disciplinary health care to pregnant women and teens, and to adolescents through school-based clinic programs. She also worked as a nutritionist with Teenage Medical Service adolescent outpatient program for Children's Hospitals and Clinics of Minnesota. Irene is an adjunct professor at the University of Minnesota. She received her bachelor's in foods and nutrition from the College of St. Catherine and her master's in nutrition from Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland.


What Happens After Anorexia? - Eating Disorders News

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Irene Alton, a nutritionist at Children's Hospital in Minneapolis and Health Start in St. Paul, said eating disorders besides anorexia and bulimia can also be signs of harmful health problems. "If someone doesn't fit the criteria of anorexia or bulimia, it doesn't mean that they don't have a serious problem," Alton said. Alton said the otherwise unspecified eating disorders should receive more attention because if they go untreated, they can develop into anorexia nervosa or bulimia.


Partners in Pediatrics :: All Providers

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Irene Alton, RD, LD


Diabetic Supplies and Specialists in Minneapolis, Minnesota | Diabetic Seniors

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MS. IRENE RUTH ALTON
Nutritionist 2425 CHICAGO AVE MINNEAPOLIS, MN 55404-3845 (612) 813-6726


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