RNDr. Joseph Jacob Smarda, B.Sc. Chemistry Hons


Josef Šmarda, foto: Robert Vano
15.04.2015 10:06 | Hana Robinson

Heal. A word that RNDr. Josef Šmarda considers to be the basis for future success of the world's health, and one which is missing in the most competent dictionaries. But that is not all. Also we must learn how to heal our planet, it deserves this perhaps even more. After all it is us, who have hurt her for three long centuries of the industrial revolution. "Science is done on paper, but is not applied in practice," says RNDr. Josef Šmarda, founder of the field of applied immunology and race driver.

Josef Šmarda, foto: Robert Vano

foto: Robert Vano

Where have you moved in this field, which you established, over the past two years? What concerns you the most nowadays?

I founded applied immunology thirty years ago and I feel that just now it is beginning to assume its correct dimensions. For me, it is something of a dream come true, something I had only imagined. It has begun to gain attention for some people, they are interested in their own health as well as wanting to stay fit and play certain sports at an advanced age, after their senior career. Eventually, also they have finances in order to make my job easier. The tests, through which I help these people analyze the present condition of their bodies, can often be expensive, primarily because they are sometimes done in North America and Germany. 

 

What actually led you to found applied immunology?

Immunology as a science had already been fairly well explored, a lot was written about this, but these findings are very often not applied. That is why I introduced the phrase so that people, who have certain specific deficits in their immunity, can apply scientific knowledge to improve their quality of life.

 

Predominantly men or women ask for help?

Both. The men ask, for example, because they want to play a certain sport at an advanced age, but some health conditions do not allow them. Or they are at present competitive athletes, for whom it is necessary to give one hundred percent. Women want to be beautiful of course with their health contributing to this aspect of course. Overall, the biggest problem I see is having a weak immunity. For example, my grandmother gave birth to ten children. She also died only a day after her hundredth birthday. In the past, women were much more resilient, had a better immunity because they had more children and were, as the saying goes, "around the corner" as well as complementing all the nutrients that were given by high quality food. Today's women have one or two children, nutrients and beneficial immune substances cannot be added from their diet, so their immune system is not sufficiently fulfilled and tested.

Josef Šmarda, foto: Robert Vano

foto: Robert Vano

 

What caused this?

As an example, food was a far better material, it was more nutritious. People today do not eat correctly, the raw material used to produce food, is already highly deficient in them and also the composition of food is incorrect.

 

What do we really lack in our food?

One such substance is phosphorus, which was abundant in food before. Today, we can also find this in food, but only in very small quantities and it is very, very diluted. In agriculture, although there is an effort to fertilize with phosphates, it is not the exact organic phosphorus, which is what we need. Cellulite for example, which is now a major problem in young girls, is just a matter of phosphorus intake. A deficiency which causes the cells in the bodies of girls to be insufficiently protected by phospholipids and phospholipases.

Next I often meet with the absolute lack of zinc. This is as an antioxidant as well as being a creative element which also supports production of many dozens of hormones and enzymes. Like phosphorus zinc is also very sparse in nature. As well in the plants providing people with food, these have an almost eighty percent zinc deficiency. The consequences of which are seriously rotted food, although people are trying to fight this by using different chemicals. Although from a chemical point of view, this is a banal matter. When we do not supply enough zinc and zinc compounds into an automobile tire, it often dissolves. This is a known reaction. I have to regret that the same logic does not occur to other intelligent people, such as professionals in agriculture and in the pharmaceutical industry.

Josef Šmarda, foto: Robert Vano

foto: Robert Vano

 

So what has happened with nature over the last hundred years?

The answer is simple. The problem is a huge amount of pollutants. More than seven billion people comprise the world population, so for planet Earth this is an incredible amount of waste material which is produced, but it is not at all able to handle these substances and allow them to accumulate the globe. Mans "excessive use". As an example, we use an enormous amount of energy, from conventional appliances to cars. In the Czech Republic in respect for the environment, people are still quite disciplined. But just imagine, for example, a China where in the event that everyone buys one more radio, the country must immediately double coal imports. This is unreal.


Where would you say that the situation is most pressing?

It was shocking for me when I was on a visit to New Zealand. For it has one of the worst problems with the ozone hole, because there are atmospheric shifts from densely populated countries, eg. from the aforementioned China and Indonesia. As a result New Zealand has a beautiful landscape and there live an adequate number of inhabitants. But nobody does anything about it. On the contrary, problems are masked, swept under the carpet.

Josef Šmarda, foto: Robert Vano

foto: Robert Vano

 

As humans, we should probably ask ourselves, how is it possible that we let it go so far. What is your opinion?

Nothing anywhere on Earth disappears. The water, which we boil from a pot, also falls on our heads. Some politicians might think that some fumes literally "evaporate" and somehow go somewhere outside the atmosphere. This thinking is so disastrous. Everyone I am sure was taught Mendelejevs law in elementary school ... what enters into the reaction, also performs. Environmental issues are ignored, we are talking about it a lot, but nothing has happened.

What do you think is the problem? What are we waiting for?

I don’t know what we can expect. Perhaps until once it becomes so bad the corporations will try to save the Earth. Which could be in a far worse situation than now, and they will earn more money of course. But it could get out of their hands. We know how to heal the Earth, but avoid apply this. This and next year should be the breaking point.

Josef Šmarda, foto: Robert Vano

foto: Robert Vano

 

How does all this reflect on us individuals?

Environmental damages are large and as a logical result the primary ones being damages within the human organism. This has been proven to us by ebola for example, perhaps the cases of leprosy or bird flu occurring in the western countries of the European Union. Many stinging insects now infected with borreliosis, or babesiosis and many other foreign organisms. Within which are found, for example, an entire portfolio of streptococci that affect us, people have problems with sore throat, a bacteria that  twenty years ago occurred only in the udders of cows. I could continue forever. We now have the knowledge, but we refuse to apply it. We only apply it where it reflects in terms of profit.

 

What do you mean?

For example, in the case of an automobile company, as a rule should never neglect the testing of even a single screw. The reasoning is simple. If it is made to intervene later in production (ie. product recall), it would cost much more than producing a screw. So why not test  carefully with a person who gets sick from a complicated disease? Why are they not tested preventively? Prevention is far cheaper than dealing with acute inflamed issues. But the industrial machinery is not interested in the person. Primarily business. And like that it is everywhere, in all sectors of business and industry.
Josef Šmarda, foto: Robert Vano  

foto: Robert Vano

 

That is a pretty scary thought...

Yes, certainly. Money is a central decision making factor, with which I have a cardinal human problem. Someone needs to wake up and save humanity. It makes an individual a genius and man unafraid to speak. We care about currency, but we do not care about people. It is vital to speak about this with the right people, who can push the idea to those, who have the power to make a difference and contribute to a positive change on our planet, this is our need.


What would you advise these people?

You understand, the Minister of Health could easily help all such events by simply realizing and mentioning the word "heal". All of the greatest geniuses in cellular biochemistry clearly state that this word heals. It would be enough to staff hospitals with responsible personnel. Employed with an adequate income and should they be also pleasant people, and their words could affectionately embrace each patient. That would be a plus. Already at this moment half of the patients could be cured. I often meet unpleasant personnel, who are dissatisfied with their jobs or their pay. With smart doctors leaving our hospitals in exchange for those who do not speak Czech. So considering words "heal" there is difficulty getting the words out. So let's do something to make the globe heal and even be healed by the law of balance, this is a law that is the most violated by Homo sapiens.

Josef Šmarda, foto: Robert Vano

foto: Robert Vano

 

What can everybody do for themselves?

That is a broad question. Most humans would benefit themselves and nature, living a more primal way of life. Man is born to move, therefore, man should move more. Humans are an omnivore, therefore they would be able to choose a varied diet and no foods from conventional chains or even fast food restaurants. They also should never forget the origin of this food, from which dinner is prepared. All in all, we should keep in mind that all of the food either bio or organic is of the highest quality, despite having their nearly seventy percent lack of substances important for the nutrition of our body. From vitamin A to zinc. And these substances could be complementary to one of the sources they trust.


Sources, I believe it's really hard for the layman to find such a source?

The price is usually directly proportional to quality. Good raw materials, which are used to produce it, are often expensive. Basically, I recommend using only ingredients from organic sources. I sometimes use ingredients of a higher price, often because I'm so sure of their quality and organic origin.


How do we find out with certainty what our body is actually missing?

Supplements are the best choices for specialists on the grounds of detailed  blood, urine and stool tests. I have myself worked with this for over thirty years and I dare say that I have helped support the performance of more than one athlete, as well as people with multiple sclerosis or autism have a full recovery or achieve dramatic improvements in their overall health. It is also very important to use products that are completely organic.

 

Specifically, how does the testing work?

First we do a detailed investigation of biochemistry and how is made and metabolised blood, urine and stool. Based on these tests, which some of them are processed abroad, a picture of the body is made, its functioning at the biochemical level and we can insert the appropriate cortex, consisting of finely tuned products as well as food supplements to help a person cope specific problems and deficiencies. People more frequently look for alternatives to accessing their own health, perhaps they also mistrust the health care system.

Josef Šmarda, foto: Robert Vano

foto: Robert Vano

 

What would you say to today's world of regulated and orthodox health care?

The biggest problem I see is that the most common things are treated using cash and with insurance tables. You cannot treat like that, insurance companies do not have any idea about the condition of the individual patient. In this I see a major imbalance clearly in the approach toward the client or patient. Any type of access rules or tables fundamentally do not correspond to what the individual patient needs. According to the Hippocratic oath, the medical staff has to do what is best for the patient's health. How they can do this when they are regulated by tables from insurance companies?


You look to be in great condition, you are also a top athlete. What will you do when you turn sixty?

Some people openly say that a few of my contemporaries are gone. They always ask the question "How do I do it?" I answer: "I know how to take care of my body, where to add, and where to remove." Another aspect being I am not covered by health insurance according to the laws of the country where I live but I also only work with private clinics and only with world-renowned experts in most aspects of health - from dental science (Prof. dr. Paul Tipton), to sports medicine and cellular technology (Prof. dr. James Musick, scientist 2014).

In 2012, you became a champion of the PZ Trophy automotive series in the TV racing series Porsche Sports Cup Deutschland. Congratulations.

We had an amazing season and together with Mičánek Motosport we achieved a fantastic result. We were the best team in the whole Porsche Sports Cup series, and in 2012 we brought 55 cups from 12 races to the Czech Republic.

 

What does it cost, such success?

Mainly the excellent preparation of cars themselves, in a racing team like Mičánek Motorsport Brno, the sponsors of course contributing in all areas, without them, this would not happen. So in support for racing and also regular training from which we had clear benefits in all areas. Last but not least, there were also unquantifiable contributions toward our success by the simple fact, that our team represented three generations of pilots at a balanced performance level. This in motorsport a very unique situation, one even I would have said until now is a phenomenon.

 

What do you do for your own performance specifically?

In addition to some hard physical training I also use about a hundred tablets of supplements per day, which I select based on what day it is. Everything I input is defined with training and science. I also study new scientific aspects and train daily. All ingredients are organic of course, enzymes for example which we often lack in our diets. If you take an apple today, for example, and it is splashed with chemicals and enlightened, it is so absent of bacteria and fungi. Meaning the apple has not developed yet its value that which it receives from the influence of nature. For me, in this sense an apple gives something, but you must first add necessary enzymes. I use these for purification of my stomach and intestines, antioxidants, and combination nutrients for the renewal of cells and tissues.

Josef Šmarda, foto: Robert Vano

foto: Robert Vano


 

Can someone produce this through their own production? Do you have a garden?

I don’t have much time for these things, but surely I do try at least in some way. Even now, we must count on the fact that even these natural products from our garden will be exposed to ozone depletion and acid rain. Food from your own garden is lit and is grown on natural fertilizers, and therefore may be more palatable, but you will need to add some supplements, we must add the missing elements, such as vitamins and other substances.


What does your diet look like?

We are exactly what we eat. So I eat healthy things, I choose from a good quality of food, for example produced by bio farms or in selected stores. I especially indulge in meat of good quality, I definitely am not a vegetarian. I am also always interested in the origin of the food. On top of that, of course, I add nutritional supplements.It seems that one, who does not complement vitamins and other substances daily, does not exist. Can you even live without them today?


Theoretically it could be possible, but only in the case we produce food like a hundred and fifty years ago, when nature was healthy, unpolluted. We would have to fertilize naturally, compost, use manure without chemicals or fertilizing with high-quality soil. For example using crushed pure fertilizer brought from the ocean bottom. These treasures which we do not have still on Earth, but the question is, how we use it, and especially apply it. And that's about it!


Thank you for the interview.

 

Author: Hana Robinson

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Josef Šmarda, foto: Robert Vano

foto: Robert Vano

Josef Šmarda, foto: Robert Vano
Josef Šmarda, foto: Robert Vano
Josef Šmarda, foto: Robert Vano
Josef Šmarda, foto: Robert Vano
Josef Šmarda, foto: Robert Vano
Josef Šmarda, foto: Robert Vano
Josef Šmarda, foto: Robert Vano
Josef Šmarda, foto: Robert Vano
Josef Šmarda, foto: Robert Vano
Josef Šmarda, foto: Robert Vano
Josef Šmarda, foto: Robert Vano
Josef Šmarda, foto: Robert Vano

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