The Ultrahuman system allows us to self-monitor the link between glucose homeostatic changes and our nutritional habits and may open our eyes to a better diet and lifestyle.
Hans-Peter Kubis is a Senior Lecturer in Physiology at the School of Human and Behavioural Sciences, Bangor University, United Kingdom. He is an international recognized specialist in skeletal muscle adaptation to exercise and nutritional stimuli on cellular and whole-body levels, as well as in metabolic homeostasis with over 30 years of research experience. Recent research has been dedicated to physiological and psychological determinants of physical activity behaviour. Currently, he is investigating the influence of aerobic fitness on body weight regulation i.e., influence on appetite and craving. In addition, he investigates mechanisms of effort and fatigue in various diseases.