Nick Moloney’s Apsu converts multivitamin cynic to Apsu advocate


The Apsu Superfood Multivitamin is built around four core pillars – energy, immunity, recovery and flexibility – and achieves this by using 42 superfood fruits and vegetables to optimise and help with the absorption of 16 essential vitamins, antioxidants and minerals.

Mysailing editor, Roger McMillan, tried the product and was impressed with the results:

I have always been a bit sceptical of vitamin and mineral supplements ever since a chemist I knew said Australians had the most expensive urine in the world – he claimed most of it passed straight through without giving any benefit.

But I know Nick Moloney, professional sailor and ocean adventurer, quite well. When he bought the Apsu business in February of this year I was impressed that the product is made from real fruits and vegetables and when he offered me some samples at the World Match Racing Tour in Fremantle, I decided to give it a go.

Now it wasn't a scientific experiment because travel, stress and other factors affect how you feel on a day-to-day basis, but the result of taking Apsu for a month was that I definitely felt less tired and was exercising better.

With a busy lifestyle that involves a lot of travel, I often find it hard to eat a balanced diet, especially vegetables, so I'm convinced that Apsu is giving me the nutrients I need and would otherwise miss out on.

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Here's what Nick's media release, announcing the purchase of the company, had to say:

Established in 2011 by watersport athlete, Laurent Guillemin, the multivitamin formula was developed specifically for active and athletic people through a combination of ingredients that drive energy, build immunity and help recovery.

Nick Moloney says, “Having been a customer and advocate of Apsu since the very beginning, I am a great believer in the product and I am truly excited about becoming the brand’s new owner.  I will focus on delivering the Superfood Multivitamin to more people whilst offering a further range of complementary products that support the athlete in everyone of us, even if that athlete is currently juggling health and managing work and family life.”

Moloney continues, “Most multivitamins try to be all things to all people, not taking into account diet or lifestyle. Apsu is tailored to support active people who regularly exert themselves through work or sport and who want to maintain a good diet. It helps with the small things too and I personally felt the effects quickly – not having energy crashes, feeling more alert and motivated to achieve more from my day.

From my own experience, with two young children and a lot of pressures in work and life, Apsu has been a godsend and I know many people can benefit in the way I have.”

Apsu’s Superfood Multivitamin can be bought directly from the online shop at

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