Our Team

Joanna Baker APD | AN | RN

Master of Dietetics | Grad Cert Nutrition | Bachelor of Health Science

Joanna Baker APD | AN | RN

Master of Dietetics | Grad Cert Nutrition | Bachelor of Health Science

Accredited Practising Dietitian
Accredited Nutritionist
Registered Nurse

Everyday Nutrition Founder and Accredited Practising Dietitian, Joanna Baker loves food! Her passion is to help others eat well, be well and feel great, without giving up the foods that they love.

This mantra is what inspired her to set up Everyday Nutrition in 2013. Joanna has over 20 years’ experience in the healthcare industry, initially as a Registered Nurse and later as a Dietitian and Nutritionist. Due to her medical background, Joanna is particularly adept at managing complex medical conditions like diabetes and heart disease alongside gut health issues

Joanna has also suffered with Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS) and food intolerance her entire life. She knows first-hand what it’s like to live with unpredictable gut upsets and dietary restrictions. At Everyday Nutrition, she aims to help people to pinpoint their food triggers, enabling them to identify what foods they can enjoy while keeping their gut happy at the same time.

Joanna consults privately in one-on-one and group settings. Additionally, she has written for several publications including the Healthy Food Guide magazine, FODMAPPER magazine and Australian Gluten Free Life magazine. She has appeared on Channel 7’s ‘The Intolerant Cooks’, alongside Karen Martini and Richard Barassi. Joanna is also a professional speaker and has presented to dietitians and FODMAPPERs around Australia and internationally in the USA. Joanna also has experience working with food industry providing assistance with FODMAP based content, education and product development.

Joanna is a professional member of the Dietitians Association of Australia (DAA), the Australian Nurses and Midwives Federation (ANMF) and is registered with the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (AHPRA) as a Division 1 Registered Nurse.

Joanna completed the Monash FODMAP Training course for Dietitians in 2016 and again in 2018.

You can book a consult with Joanna here 

Angela Lee APD | AN

Masters of Dietetics | Bachelor of Food and Nutrition Sciences | Bachelor of Consumer Science | Diploma of Education

Angela Lee APD | AN

Masters of Dietetics | Bachelor of Food and Nutrition Sciences | Bachelor of Consumer Science | Diploma of Education

Accredited Practicing Dietitian

Accredited Nutritionist

Angela is a passionate foodie who is dedicated to helping clients build skills and knowledge to eat well and feel great. As an educator of food and nutrition for over twenty years, Angela has successfully helped children of all ages learn about nutrition and food. She has experience providing large group education and individualised skills in food preparation.

A mum and an Accredited Practicing Dietitian, she has firsthand experience in managing food intolerances, irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) and diabetes. She knows how challenging it can be for families to meet the nutritional needs of children with food intolerances. Angela can work with your family to create a nutritionally complete low FODMAP plan that provides practical based solutions.

Angela’s main areas of interest are in gastrointestinal health and diabetes her focus is on supporting clients to enjoy eating again and learn new behaviours and skills to improve their health.

When Angela is not working, she enjoys spending time outdoors exploring the national parks with her family and experimenting with new recipes using her chooks delicious eggs and her home-grown veggies. That is of course unless her chocolate Labrador manages to get to them first.

Angela completed the Monash FODMAP Training course for Dietitians in 2020 and is a member of the Dietitians Australia (DA).

Angela is available for virtual consultations via Zoom or telephone.

Liz Radicevic APD| ASD | AN

Master of Dietetics | Bachelor of Food and Nutrition Sciences

Liz Radicevic APD| ASD | AN

Master of Dietetics | Bachelor of Food and Nutrition Sciences

Accredited Practising Dietitian
Accredited Sports Dietitian

Liz is an Accredited Practising Dietitian and Accredited Sports Dietitian, who has always been a food lover since a very young age. She has a passion for helping others and is driven to ensure positive patient outcomes. Liz prides herself in providing professional health advice that is realistic to an individual’s lifestyle and implementing changes that make a real difference.

With Liz’s firsthand experience in food intolerance and Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS), she has gained greater insight and understanding to assist those in need of specialist advice. Liz can guide you in navigating your way through your gut journey whilst working within the everyday demands of life.

She also has extended experience and interest within gastrointestinal health, sports nutrition including working across a handful of VFL and AFL clubs, within disability and through private practice.

Outside of consulting, Liz enjoys spending time with her family, creating new recipes, growing and picking fresh fruit & vegetables from her veggie patch and exploring nature on walks and road trips.

Liz has completed the Monash FODMAP Training Course for Dietitians. She is a member of Dietitians Australia and Sports Dietitians Australia.

Liz is available for virtual consultations through Zoom or telephone.

You can book a consult with Liz here

Jasmine Byrne APD

Masters of Dietetics | Bachelor of Food and Nutrition Majoring in Food Science

Jasmine Byrne APD

Masters of Dietetics | Bachelor of Food and Nutrition Majoring in Food Science

Accredited Practising Dietitian

Jasmine loves cooking and more importantly, eating! She is passionate about helping people improve their relationship with food by making it less stressful, more accessible and enjoyable! She chose to pursue dietetics as it was the perfect mix of food and science.

Jasmine grew up in a small farming community and made the move to Melbourne to study Dietetics at Deakin University. She is now an Accredited Practising dietitian and has experience in many areas including rural health, community rehabilitation, aged care and disability. She loves working with clients face to face and via telehealth. She particularly loves telehealth because it opens up the possibility for people living rurally to access healthcare without the long drive or waiting lists.

Jasmine currently has many interest areas including:

  • Gut health including IBS
  • Chronic Health conditions including Cardiovascular Disease and Diabetes
  • Mental Health
  • Recipe development

Outside of her work as a dietitian her personal interests are also food related! On the weekend you’ll usually find her experimenting in the kitchen, eating out, cooking for friends and family, trying new food products or more recently, learning to cook in the camp oven.

Jasmine has completed the Monash FODMAP Training Course for Dietitians and is a member of Dietitians Australia.

You can book an appointment with Jas here