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    You can either unsubscribe using the link in the electronic newsletter (top or bottom) or directly in your account by clicking on 'Newsletter Unsubscribe'. You are also welcome to contact our customer service.

    • How do I sign up for a newsletter?

      Complete the information to create an account and you will be signed up to receive via email our newsletter. You can opt out at any time.

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      If you have any problems, just let us know by emailing to info@yourEncour.com or call us toll-free at 844-4ENCOUR.

    • How often will I receive the newsletter?

      Our subscribers receive a newsletter once a week containing the latest hot topics and news.

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      In addition, our subscribers may receive a newsletter supplement on a special topic regarding health when we have news to share.

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      We will be sure to keep you up to date with any special promotions too!

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    • What is the science behind how Your Encour!™ provides energy to your body?

      The energy comes from improved availability and amounts of energy stored at the cellular level in the form of phosphocreatine.

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      We obtain energy by consuming food, including the nutrients that are the building blocks for creatine your own body makes, meat and fish that contain creatine, or a creatine supplement like Your Encour!™.

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      The “molecular currency” of energy transfer between cells in the human body is called ATP (adenosine triphosphate). If energy is required with the movement of muscles, the use of your brain or nervous system cells, or other activities of your body, ATP can release a phosphate group – resulting in ADP (adenosine diphosphate).

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      Creatine is able to move freely within the cell. It’s like a mobile charging station that is always ready to supply energy in a flash whenever it is needed. Creatine recharges cells by converting the ADP back into ATP. For a technical review of the metabolic role of creatine, you can find information here.

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      This process takes a time and does not happen immediately like your phone charger. In addition, the cell is not able to store unlimited amounts of ATP. There’s only so much capacity in each cell.

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      That is why creatine in the form of phosphocreatine has such an important role to play in energy supply. Phosphocreatine can be stored in the cell in larger quantities. In addition, it is able to donate a phosphate group to ADP, thereby enabling the fastest possible regeneration of the ATP. You feel this difference when you recover faster after exercise or activity when using Your Encour!™.

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