Joshua Host | Founder & CEO
Thrivelab was founded by Joshua Host after a serious biking accident showed the healing power of bioidentical hormone replacement therapy (BHRT). Long after he had physically healed, Joshua battled significant cognition issues. Even basic math was a struggle. Numerous brain specialists and prescription drug regimens didn’t help. Then Joshua read an article published by Harvard Medical School about the treatment of traumatic brain injuries with BHRT. After just 30 days, he felt like his old self.
Joshua became fascinated with BHRT and soon realized there’s a hormone imbalance epidemic underway caused by environmental toxins, chronic stress, diet and current lifestyles. To make hormone replacement therapy and optimization personalized, accessible, affordable and convenient for both men and women, Joshua founded Thrivelab in 2020.
Since then, Thrivelab has built an experienced medical team of board-certified providers who follow a proven process supported by evidence-based treatment and testing protocols. The result: groundbreaking hormone and testosterone balancing programs and natural products for bioidentical hormone replacement therapy that can alleviate age-related symptoms to restore youthful vitality.
Founder and CEO
Joshua Host is a serial entrepreneur with a successful record of starting multiple businesses including call centers, asset management companies and tech ventures, some of which were named as fastest growing companies in 2008 and 2009 by the Orange County Business Journal. Among his most recent ventures that delivered high investor returns are Urban Village, a mixed-use land development company, and Antiresort, an experiential resort development. As Thrivelab CEO, Joshua is responsible for the company’s strategic direction, vision and market expansion. He obtained his MBA from Pepperdine University and operates two nonprofits devoted to at-risk youth and supporting the arts community.
Chief Clinical Officer
Dr. Nayan Patel is an internationally-recognized expert, consultant, and lecturer on glutathione, and has been a respected pharmacist for 22 years. Dr. Patel has traveled the world educating practitioners on advanced biochemistry and anti-aging science, and is a member of the International Academy of Compounding Pharmacists. After studying mechanical engineering and chemistry at California State University, Fullerton, Dr. Patel received his Pharm.D degree from the USC School of Pharmacy, where he now serves as an adjunct faculty member.
Chief Technology Officer
Rahula Kochar has almost two decades of experience as a technology entrepreneur, angel investor and philanthropist whose pioneering work includes driving complex mission critical application software development, starting and growing businesses, as well as investing in healthcare startups. Rahula has held various IT leadership roles at BankJoy, Akos MD/Apricus Health, American Express, Cancer Treatment Centers of America, and Mercola.com. His charity work includes serving as a member of West Valley Mavericks foundation, a charity assisting children and families and improving the quality of life in Phoenix’s West Valley communities. Rahula holds a bachelor’s and master’s degree in computer science from Northern Illinois University and executive MBA from Quantic School of Business and Technology.