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What is Transform Your Health Network – TYHN?

Transform Your Health Network has launched as a result of Tanya Alberts and Sian Buckley merging their businesses to help people transform their lifestyles that includes a person’s:

  • Food habits
  • Body shapes
  • Emotional challenges
  • Relationship problems
  • Career difficulties
  • Money stress

Many of our clients asked if we could put our workshops and programs online so that we can help people beyond our medical rooms so we now have workshops and programs available online and offline.

Whether your issue is weight, a relationship problem, stress or a specific life challenge that you might be currently struggling with, TYHN will help you find solutions to your challenges and problems so you can enjoy a more satisfying life.

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TYHN Food Freedom Group

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Who Makes Up Part Of The TYHN Team?

TYHN is a team of Dieticians, Counsellors and Psychologists who put their skills and knowledge together to better help the client.

Sian Buckley – “I started working with individuals and corporate companies as an Entrepreneur, Educator and Transformational Coach from 1994. I am also a qualified Counsellor. Over the past 25 years, my real passion and purpose has been to empower and inspire people to transform the areas of their lives that bring them unhappiness, dissatisfaction or pain.”

Tanya Alberts – “I am a registered Dietician and Health Coach. Today food plays an amazing role in my life and when I help people to transform their eating patterns, it is amazing to see how a person’s whole life can transform when they change their relationship with food.”


Tanya Alberts
Owner / Dietician

Tanya has been providing dietary guidance since 2009 as a Registered Dietician. Her goal is to help people understand the connection between diet and diagnosis for improved nutritional wellbeing.

She has a passion for educating what the potential impact of poor lifestyle behaviours can have on health and wellness over time. Tanya is a registered Discovery Wellness Network Dietician and is able to conduct Discovery Vitality Days.

Tanya is a strong believer in ‘We Are What We Eat' and loves to convey this to big groups of people, all her family members, friends and her patients.

"I had to walk my own personal journey with Yo-yo dieting before I became a dietician and I had to mend my relationship with food by understanding the true power food has". 

Tanya has a special interest in emotional eating, weight loss, food allergies, gut health, renal health, nutrigenetics (DNA) testing for individualized meal planning and corporate health. Tanya is committed to Continuing her Professional Development (CPD).

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Cecile Niebuhr

Cecile graduated in 2015, having completed her Dietetics degree at the University of Pretoria. She started clinical dietetics in 2016, gaining experience (and maintaining a growing interest) in the nutritional management of surgical and critically ill patients, as well as the nutritional counselling of Diabetic, Cardiac, Renal and undernourished patients.

She is practicing in Midrand, Kempton Park and Alberton and takes a special interested in renal, diabetes, paediatric and sports nutrition. She believes that sound dietetic practices is the cornerstone of maintaining a healthy lifestyle.

Robyn-Leigh Mentor

Robyn-Leigh was born and raised from Cape Town and grew up in a family of health care professionals, her passion for food and fitness began at a young age which is what lead her to peruse a career in Nutrition.

She graduated from the University of the Western Cape in Nutrition and Dietetics. Thereafter she had worked in a small town within the Karoo between three hospitals and five clinics; while serving on the COVID response team in 2020.

Robyn does not believe in quick fixes and rather advocates for sustainable lifestyle changes. She has special interest in sports nutrition, nutrigenetics, fertility with nutrition, weight management, media and corporate wellness.

She is based at our practices at the G4Medical Services in Helderkriun, the Sanridge Medical Centre in Midrand, the Midrand Medical Centre in Midrand and Online.

"I look forward to start your journey of transformation to a healthier you!" 

Chené Vorster

I stumbled upon the dietetics career by accident in my final years of high school and immediately knew this field was calling my name. I went off and studied dietetics at the University of Pretoria, balancing multiple residence activities, HC activities and a difficult but rewarding degree.

During my final year of studying, I worked in various different clinics and hospitals. I was found all the way from Mamelodi’s clinics to CHBAH in Johannesburg. My community service year was completed in a 720-bed regional hospital and it provided me with skills and knowledge that I will forever carry with me. All these clinics and hospitals have provided me with confidence in both in- and outpatient management of all types of patients.

I enjoy challenges and often find myself with tackling many different tasks and challenges at once. I don’t enjoy sitting still and always find ways to keep myself busy. I enjoy being physically active and partake in sports activities such as boxing and hiking in my spare time. I also enjoy other stimulating activities such as reading and crocheting.

Some fun facts about me:

  • I too have high cholesterol and have been managing it myself (with lifestyle and diet) for the past 6 years.
  • I am a certified PADI rescue diver and will always be somewhere under water during my leave periods.
  • My favourite season is Spring, even if it’s still a bit chilly – it beats the cold weather by far!
  • I enjoy gardening and had a big veggie garden. It’s a project I need to start up again.
  • I prefer vegetables over any other food group.
  • Sushi Wednesdays are a tradition in our house and I always have it on a Wednesday.
  • I have skydived before, as well as bungy-jumped.
  • All shades of green can be considered my favourite colour.
  • A food I absolutely can’t develop a taste for is beetroot.
  • I enjoy crocheting little fruits and veggies to hand out as gifts.

My special interests include chronic diseases (high cholesterol, hypertension, diabetes mellitus etc.), weight loss and gut disorders / health.


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