Combat fatigue and enjoy restful sleep with game-changing supplement

Combat fatigue and enjoy restful sleep with game-changing supplement

March 27, 2023

Tired of feeling tired? Combat fatigue and enjoy restful sleep with this game-changing supplement

Ad Feature by FutureYou Cambridge

Feeling at a low ebb? Or just flat-out exhausted? Either way, welcome to the club.

One in eight Britons say they feel tired ‘all of the time’, and a quarter of us ‘most of the time’, according to YouGov research.

The reasons can be multiple – too many late nights, readjusting to the routine of commuting, or just trying to juggle work and family demands, which can leave some of us feeling worn out and out of sorts, too.

But if you’re stuck with persistent low energy levels you can’t shake off, then a lack of magnesium could be the real culprit.

One in eight Britons say they feel tired ‘all of the time’, and a quarter of us ‘most of the time’ 

Magnesium is an essential mineral for all aspects of health, from muscles to bones, heart health, mood and even just getting a good night’s sleep – and it’s vital for fighting tiredness and fatigue.

We need magnesium to make adenosine triphosphate (ATP), a molecule that gives our cells the energy they need to function and drives our metabolism. Without enough ATP, you’ll feel less energetic.

Amazingly, more than half of us aren’t getting our daily recommended magnesium intake from our diets, according to the UK National Diet & Nutrition Survey.

‘I get leg cramps at night as well as interrupted sleep and I was reading what I could take to help me.’ Explains 69 year-old, retired citizens advice advisor, Jane Shaw, who lives in Kent.

‘I read an advertisement about Magnesium+ Advanced and my neurologist also suggested taking a magnesium supplement so I thought I’d give it a try.

‘Magnesium+ Advanced really helped me with my leg cramps, I’ve been taking it now for around three months.

‘I recently went for a long country walk with a friend, three hours each way. There’s no way I would have been able to do that before. Though I still do get tired, I do feel it has given me more energy.’

Magnesium is present in foods like kale, spinach, black beans, nuts, bananas and whole grains – but as we get older, it’s more difficult for our bodies to absorb.

Jane Shaw, 69, says Magnesium+ Advanced has helped with her leg cramps and made her feel more energetic 

It also doesn’t help that the levels of magnesium and other important minerals in British fruit and vegetables have significantly declined over the last 50 years.

More people are now discovering the link between a lack of magnesium and persistent low energy, which can impact our mood, and are finding that a supplement can help – like 36 year-old Val, from Essex, who works in finance.

‘I recently changed jobs and I felt my anxiety levels go up.’ she recalls.

‘It was stressful and my sleep was interrupted, so I was looking around for something to help.

‘I tend to read about supplements before I commit, but with so many brands and so many companies sometimes it’s hard to navigate which ones are worth taking.

‘I liked FutureYou Cambridge because it has good research behind the products that have been trialled and verified. I also read the TrustPilot reviews and was aware that magnesium can be lowered as you age and I was keen to maintain my levels.

‘I tried some different brands but I really felt Magnesium+ Advanced made a difference consistently, it really helped.

‘The customer service is also excellent, and I like the flexibility of the subscriptions, the ease of opting in and out – very transparent and straightforward.

Magnesium+ Advanced has a special magnesium bisglycinate formulation that is designed to improve absorption 

‘I’ve been taking magnesium now for about eight months. I feel it’s helped me reboot, made me more resilient during periods of stress in particular.’

Magnesium+ Advanced was developed by FutureYou Cambridge, a British food supplement company based in the heart of the UK’s famous science and innovation hub with a focus on making hard-to-absorb nutrients more ‘bioavailable’.

Many magnesium supplements use magnesium oxide formulations simply because they contain a high amount of magnesium.

‘However, there’s a drawback – the magnesium is not easily released into the body,’ explains Dr Miriam Ferrer PhD, Head of Product Development at FutureYou Cambridge. ‘Taking more magnesium oxide to try and make up for the problem can lead to an upset stomach and other unpleasant gastrointestinal side effects.’

It gets even more complicated for older people. ‘Research shows that as we age, our stomachs produce less acid,’ she continues. ‘This means that inorganic salts like magnesium oxide won’t dissolve as well, resulting in lower absorption.’

Dr Ferrer and the FutureYou Cambridge team set out to overcome these problems by developing a supplement that makes magnesium much easier for our bodies to absorb, or more ‘bioavailable.’

Bioavailability is a measure of how much a mineral or other nutrient stays in our blood circulation after we ingest it, so that our bodies can make use of it.

They have developed Magnesium+ Advanced, a supplement which mimics the way magnesium is stored in plants. This formulation contains magnesium with natural glycine amino acids in a soluble organic complex called ‘magnesium bisglycinate buffered’.

Nutritionist Michaella Mazzoni explains that your body uses magnesium for over three hundred different processes

Studies have shown that it is more than four times easier for our bodies to absorb than standard magnesium oxide.

‘It’s much more bioavailable because it can be absorbed in the gut via a channel that’s exclusive to amino acids,’ explains Dr Ferrer. ‘This ‘VIP entry’ means that it can enter the body more quickly and easily. It also makes it very gentle on the stomach.’

‘As well as absorption, magnesium bisglycinate also improves retention, so the magnesium is able to stay in our bodies for longer. This gives us the chance to use it when it’s really needed, unlike other supplements.’

Magnesium+ Advanced delivers 50% of our magnesium NRV (Nutrient Reference Value), plus additional vitamins B1 and B2 and a bioavailable form of vitamin B6 for extra energy support.

Award-winning nutritionist, Michaella Mazzoni discusses magnesium with her clients on a regular basis.

‘Magnesium is a crucial mineral, your body uses it for over three hundred different processes, so in my clinic, it’s the supplement I use with clients more than any other. Signs of low magnesium are wide reaching; cramps, fatigue, difficulty focusing, constipation, PMS, difficulty falling and, or staying asleep.

‘There are many forms of magnesium, and each has a different clinical use. Magnesium citrate is great for a slow digestive system but not so much for anxiety, sleep, energy, or mood support. Many other manufactured magnesium supplements are in the form of magnesium oxide which isn’t as easily absorbed. I love that FutureYou Cambridge’s Magnesium+ Advanced uses magnesium bisglycinate which has greater absorption than magnesium oxide and contains vitamin B6 which is important for immune, hormone and nervous system function.’

Kathrin Singer, 66, takes Magnesium+ Advanced ‘religiously’ twice a day 

As well as energy, the mineral is central to the nervous system and neurotransmitter function, which have an effect on sleep and relaxation. A recent study showed that high magnesium intake was associated with better quality sleep.

Retired journalist, Kathrin Singer, 66, who lives in London agrees.

‘Magnesium+ Advanced really helped me with the cramps I was getting in my legs at night.

‘I used to have to get up in the night and walk around until the cramps went away, I no longer have to do that. It certainly worked for me.

‘I take them twice a day religiously – morning and evening.

‘As a journalist I’m used to research and was very impressed with the science of FutureYou Cambridge and the information about the ingredients.

‘I also like the fact that I can pause my subscription, the flexibility of it, when I’m travelling.’

Adam Cleevely, Chair of FutureYou Cambridge, says: ‘Many of us want to elevate our energy levels, whether that’s through a healthy balanced diet, regular exercise, a good night’s sleep or just taking time to relax and unwind. A magnesium supplement can help, and the best way to find out is simply to try it.

‘That’s why we’re happy to offer people the opportunity to try Magnesium+ Advanced for free. All you have to pay is £2 to cover the cost of postage. We’re glad to have helped thousands of happy subscribers like Jane, Val and Kathrin.’

How to claim your FREE trial pack

To claim your free 28-day subscription trial pack of Magnesium+ Advanced, visit and simply pay £2.00 postage when you sign up to a flexible monthly delivery service. Alternatively, please call us on freephone 0800 808 5740 quoting the code ADV97.

After your free trial pack, subsequent packs containing 28 days’ supply will cost £14 (inc postage) and will be delivered every 28 days.

If you don’t wish to continue after your trial, simply visit to easily cancel your subscription or call us on freephone 0800 808 5740, without obligation.

Our Customer Care Team is available from 9.00am to 5.00pm, Monday – Saturday.

Offer valid until 30th September 2023. One use per customer. Offer cannot be combined with any other offers/discounts or used against existing subscriptions. Full terms and conditions available here.

If a subscription trial isn’t for you, you can simply order Magnesium+ Advanced and get £5 off.

Redeem code ADV25 at checkout to claim £5 off a one-off purchase of Magnesium+ Advanced today. 

Visit to shop this exclusive promotion. Alternatively, please call us on freephone 0800 808 5740 quoting the code ADV25.

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