*Admittedly this is a pretty long presentation and may even be a bit dry at times, but it basically condenses all 527 pages of Weston A. Price's, "Nutrition and Physical Degeneration" into a little over an hour... worth it...
The second video takes an interesting approach to health and wellness... health on the cellular level is analogous to overall personal health, and more specifically, the health of you mitochondria are particularly important! Terry Wahls was able to put her Multiple Sclerosis into remission with simple nutritional and environmental changes in her life. Watch her amazing TED Talk for the details.
Mitochondrial Health = Overall Metric for Health
The third video is a compilation of different philosophies on life, lifting, nutrition and health. I like Drew Baye's perspective on life, and in this video he gives it to you straight. It's real, it makes you think, it might even change your life.
Ultimate "Strength" - Drew Baye on Life
The final video is a documentary called Fat Head. I don't agree with the diet he eats (he even admits it's not the best), but the point he's trying to make about fat is valid and his rebuttal to Super Size Me is enlightening (again, I don't agree with everything, but Spurlock was clearly deceiving viewers with his documentary... I mean, 5,000 calories per day... and he got fat, really?). Fat does not make you fat is the main point, and I think this documentary shows and explains this concept pretty well:
Documentary - The Truth about Fat:
FYI - Netflix has this on instant view