Dr. Doron Kahana is a Board certified Pediatric Gastroenterologist and Clinical Nutrition specialist. He received his undergraduate degree at the University of Chicago, medical degree at Tel Aviv University, residency training at the University of Minnesota, and fellowship at UCLA. He has been practicing in Torrance since 2008 as faculty at Harbor-UCLA Medical Center.
Dr. Kahana is also a volunteer consultant for several non-profit organizations, including Crohn’s and Colitis Foundation of America and What’s In Your Lunchbox, Inc. He serves on a number of nutritional committees on both the national and local levels and is an active lecturer on topics in nutrition such as vitamin D, omega-3 fatty acids, food and inflammation, and feeding intolerance and disorders, among others.
Dr. Kahana is also my friend. We met a few days ago after not seeing each other for a long time and we got each other up to speed on the latest developments. He told me about his vision of the “Center for Digestive Health & Nutritional Excellence” and his enthusiasm was contagious. I share his belief that what we eat has a major impact on our health and well being. He then suggested I watch a video of a lecture he gave at the Forever Young Symposium earlier this year.
In this video, Dr. Kahana shares for the first time his three root concepts of healthy eating:
The video is about 40 minutes and well worth it.