Who am I?

Who's the healthy me? Who's the happy me? Who's the new me? Who's the purer me? I found the answers, and so can you.

I began to question my health and my diet after two years of the hell of suffering from ME – Myalgic Encephalomyelitis. I woke up one morning and was mentally and physically incapable of getting dressed. I realised that if nothing changed, this was it. So I made my mind up to find an answer. And the change began. 


Susie Brient


Myalgic Encephalomyelitis is now officially recognised as a medical condition, but its causes and treatment remain matters for debate.

It’s a wonderful irony that the acronym for Myalgic Encephalomyelitis is ME. Because through ME I discovered the purer me. I discovered who Susie is. 

This is how I came up with the name 'Susie Who'. The ill me, not knowing who I was, becoming the healthy, happy, new, purer me that I am today.  I found the answers, and so can you.

Everything we eat, drink, think, put on our skin – it all goes to make up who we are. Who's the purer you?

I have over 30 years experience in a variety of therapy and consultant roles. Originally trained as a beauty therapist I became one of the first clinical aromatherapists in London, before qualifying as a nutritional therapist over 15 years ago.  My own health crisis led me to wheatgrass and the Hippocrates Institute established by a pioneer of natural health Anne Wigmore over 60 years ago where I train.

The Hippocrates Institute was founded by Anne Wigmore who was a pioneering advocate of self-healing through diet. She was one of the first to promote the benefits of raw food, wheatgrass and ‘detoxing’ back in the 1940’s.  Following simple protocols with natural foods and observing clinical outcomes of hundreds of thousands of patients. About changing lifestyles, and holistic healing rather than focusing on single conditions and treatments.

The institute looks at holistic methods of healing and encourages changing lifestyles rather than focusing on single conditions and treatments.  They reconcile the current nature of scientific research with the meticulous observations of hundreds of thousands of patients over the last half century and more.  

When health is absent, wisdom cannot reveal itself,
art cannot manifest, strength is not found,
wealth becomes useless, and reason becomes