Interesting video with some good points. I agree that eating a lot of raw vegetables and fruits, along with roots, tubers, seeds and sprouted non GMO grains, is very healthy (less fruits for cancer due to the sugar content). The healthiest and longest lived people in the world tend to eat a lot of those, as well as healthy oils and get plenty of healthy sunshine, clean air and fresh water. But they also do eat at least some meat. That is, imho, because nature designed us not to be vegetarians, but omnivores - as I believe our teeth clearly demonstrate.
The China Study he refers to also supports the health benefits of eating a mostly vegetarian diet - but it does not provide anywhere close to conclusive evidence that eating meat is inherantly unhealthy.
The healthiest diet in my opinion is one that is closest to the diet mankind has eaten for tens of thousands of years. Mostly raw, mostly vegetarian, but also some meat - just not the processed meat we find in most of our grocers. Like the pure carnivores, organ meat is believed by many to be quite healthy for the human diet.
I certainly agree that a natural healthy diet is the best path to good health and healing. Unfortunately, while there are no lycopene supplement trees as stated in the videos and that it is always best to get your nutrition from your diet instead of from pills or extracts, it is virtually impossible for most of us to get all the nutrients we need for optimum health and healing from diet alone, given out mineral depleted soils and processed foods.