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Book details
  • Genre:HEALTH & FITNESS
  • SubGenre:Weight Loss
  • Language:English
  • Pages:77
  • eBook ISBN:9781939472045

The Oxymoron Cookbook

Heathly Choices for Those Who Don't Cook, Can't Cook and Don't Want to Cook

by Quentin L. Green, M.D.

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Overview
Quentin Green currently practices gynecology, nutrition and weight control in Orlando, FL. He received his medical degree from Baylor University College of Medicine in Houston, TX. After an internship, Green obtained a surgical residency at Jefferson Davis and Veteran’s Administration Hospital in Houston. He had the good fortune of working under the guidance of doctors Michael DeBakey and Denton Cooley, who pioneered in the field of vascular and cardiac surgery. Since he had been an enlisted man in the Navy, his surgical residency was interrupted when called back into service during the Korean conflict as a U.S. Navy flight surgeon. He was discharged a Lieutenant Commander in 1954. After discharge, he obtained a temporary obstetric and gynecology residency at Queen of Angels Hospital in Los Angeles followed by a three-year residency at Charity Hospital in New Orleans. Dr. Green married and both decided on Orlando. Dr. Green and his wife have six children.
Description
Quentin Green currently practices gynecology, nutrition and weight control in Orlando, FL. He received his medical degree from Baylor University College of Medicine in Houston, TX. After an internship, Green obtained a surgical residency at Jefferson Davis and Veteran’s Administration Hospital in Houston. He had the good fortune of working under the guidance of doctors Michael DeBakey and Denton Cooley, who pioneered in the field of vascular and cardiac surgery. Since he had been an enlisted man in the Navy, his surgical residency was interrupted when called back into service during the Korean conflict as a U.S. Navy flight surgeon. He was discharged a Lieutenant Commander in 1954. After discharge, he obtained a temporary obstetric and gynecology residency at Queen of Angels Hospital in Los Angeles followed by a three-year residency at Charity Hospital in New Orleans. Dr. Green married and both decided on Orlando. Dr. Green and his wife have six children.
About the author
Quentin Green currently practices gynecology, nutrition and weight control in Orlando, FL. He received his medical degree from Baylor University College of Medicine in Houston, TX. After an internship, Green obtained a surgical residency at Jefferson Davis and Veteran’s Administration Hospital in Houston. He had the good fortune of working under the guidance of doctors Michael DeBakey and Denton Cooley, who pioneered in the field of vascular and cardiac surgery. Since he had been an enlisted man in the Navy, his surgical residency was interrupted when called back into service during the Korean conflict as a U.S. Navy flight surgeon. He was discharged a Lieutenant Commander in 1954. After discharge, he obtained a temporary obstetric and gynecology residency at Queen of Angels Hospital in Los Angeles followed by a three-year residency at Charity Hospital in New Orleans. During the last year of the residency at Charity Hospital, Dr. Green married and considered the options of where to practice. He held medical licenses in the sun-belt states of Texas, Louisiana, California, Arizona and Florida. Florida was their choice and they ultimately decided on Orlando. Dr. Green and his wife have six children. Dr. Green founded the Drug Abuse Council of Orange County in 1970. This drug rehabilitation headquarters for teenagers and their families was located in the home formerly occupied by the Green family and was donated to the Drug Abuse Council. A fire later necessitated moving the location to another facility, where the Council operates under the name “Green House” in honor of its founder. • He was instrumental in converting a five acre Winter Garden showcase facility into a Share-A-Home community for active senior citizens who shared everyday expenses, which he subsidized until the late 1970s. • Dr. Green was recognized as the “Outstanding Tree Farmer of the Year” by the Florida Forestry Association in 1988. • In 2001, Green received the “Land Conservationist of the Year” by the Florida Wildlife Federation for outstanding contributions to the wise use and management of the nation’s natural resources. • He received a Certificate of Appreciation for hosting the Spring Jamboree for the Canaveral District of Boy Scouts. • In 2007, the log house at Big Oaks received the first certified “Green Lodge” certification by the Department of Environmental Protection in Florida, on agriculture property. Dr. Green published the book for pregnant women, A Diet for Ob’s and their Obese Husbands, in 1964. He later created The Orlando Diet for Your Lifestyle with the Universal Factor. It was a time-tested plan for healthy living that long proceeded popular diets in today’s marketplace. With obesity on a steady rise in the United States, fad diets have come and gone. Dr. Green’s plan for healthy living has helped hundreds of patients fight the battle of the bulge - and more importantly, to maintain their lost weight.
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