In October of 2018, Tewarie will compete professionally for the first time at the OCB Gaspari Pro.
We’re one of the only companies with a background in health and fitness. This is our biggest advantage and why we’re seeing such immense growth already. Our early adopters are from the health and fitness demo, and they see the value of fully disclosed labels with clinically dosed ingredients.
BOCA RATON, Fla. December 04, 2017
Lawyer and pro body builder by day, entrepreneur and supplement innovator by night, Boston’s Prady Tewarie is both the brains and brawn behind AZÖTH LLC, a start-up company that’s growing rapidly behind the strength of its cornerstone AZÖTH 2.0 nootropic formula.
Nootropics are one of the fastest growing segments in the supplement industry. Dubbed “smart drugs,” nootropics were born in Silicon Valley, created by so-called “brain hackers” to help improve cognition, memory, attention span, creativity and motivation. Tewarie, a member of the Organization of Competitive Bodybuilders (OCB), already had extensive supplement knowledge, and he began adding nootropic ingredients to his regimen to help him make the most of his time, which he calls man’s most valuable commodity.
“We tend to live our lives thinking we’re not really in control of things,” Tewarie said. “But once you start bodybuilding, you see your body transform with any small changes you make. And you realize that you’ve been the master of your own ship all along.”
He began competing at age 17, winning the local teen and junior divisions before advancing to the state and national levels. He earned pro status in April of 2017 at the OCB Spirit of America contest in Boston, Mass., at the age of 26. In October of 2018, Tewarie will compete professionally for the first time at the OCB Gaspari Pro, vying for his first world championship qualification with the largest drug-free bodybuilding organization in the U.S.
While Tewarie was shaping his body and breaking into the OCB ranks, he also attended the Boston University School of Law, where he graduated in May before beginning his other career as a business lawyer. In school, Tewarie tested hundreds of formulations on friends and himself. After an initial run, he perfected the formula with AZÖTH 2.0, which sold more than 8,500 units in 34-plus countries in less than a month from direct online sales.
“AZÖTH isn’t some energy or stress reduction formula — it’s a productivity formula,” Tewarie said. “Becoming a pro bodybuilder is one of the most challenging I’ve ever done in my life. Your meals, workouts and cardio sessions are all based on German precision. That’s when I learned the importance of productivity, and that led me to create AZÖTH.”
The tech community is one of the last places one would expect a new supplement category to come from, Tewarie said, which has significantly watered down the products available.
“If you look at Amazon, all of the top-ranked nootropics are proprietary blends, grossly under-dosed and overpriced,” he said. “This wouldn’t fly with the fitness crowd that’s already miles ahead when it comes to do’s and don’ts for ingredients.”
That’s what makes AZÖTH 2.0 unique in a marketplace full of pretenders backed not by the quality and dosage of ingredients, but by fancy marketing campaigns.
“We’re one of the only companies with a background in health and fitness,” Tewarie said. “This is our biggest advantage and why we’re seeing such immense growth already. Our early adopters are from the health and fitness demo, and they see the value of fully disclosed labels with clinically dosed ingredients. This has led to thousands of sales, and this is only the beginning.”
AZÖTH 2.0 nootropic formula, proudly made in the USA in an FDA-registered facility, helps deliver greater focus, memory, motivation and confidence, all without the crash and negative side effects associated with caffeine.
For more information on AZÖTH 2.0 and to read a full list of ingredients, visit http://www.seekingazoth.com. To make a purchase, visit its Amazon Prime product page at http://www.amazon.com/dp/B07577F6Y3.