Dr Stephen Juan is confused
Dr Stephen Juan appears to be confusing "organis" and "alive", and he doesn't seem to know the first thing about chemistry...
He referrs to "organic elements", apparently unware of the difference between an element and a compound.
Any O-level Chemistry student should be able to tell you that "organic chemistry" is the study of carbon compounds, and "inorganic chemistry" is the study of compounds of all the rest of the elements. (Incidentally, i've always been surprised at the sale of "organic vegetables" - I would not try eating a carrot that did not contain carbon, chewing on a cone of, say, iron does not appeal)
Being carbon-based lifeforms, organic chemistry is vitally important to us, but claiming that the iron atom in the haem group of haemoglobin is somehow "not alive" is riddiculous as claiming that the petrol in your car is alive because it contains hydrocarbons, an organic molecule.
For a definition of "life", consult a competent biologist, don't ask Dr. Juan.