Mt. Kisco’s Grand Prix Vice President Praises ‘Skinny Buddha’ Detox

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Nat Mundy, Vice President, Grand Prix New York Racing and Elyce Jacobson, Head Chef, Skinny Buddha Catering Company. Photo Credit: Grand Prix New York and Spin Bowl

MOUNT KISCO, N.Y. – Grand Prix New York Vice President Nat Mundy began a “Buddha Detox” nine weeks ago and, lately, he’s feeling more healthy because of it. The detox is a five-day food and exercise regimen designed by “Skinny Buddha,” described as a one-stop-shop for organic food and fitness.

“I was ready to get my energy back after seven years behind a computer desk,” said Mundy. “I knew I needed to pay more attention to what I was eating and to my exercise regimen. Skinny Buddha got me on the right track very quickly.”

During the detox, Mundy ate a very specific diet of organic meals supplied by Skinny Buddha and trained with a Skinny Buddha personal trainer for a half-hour each day, focusing on multi-joint exercises to burn fat and boost metabolism with the goal of a more effective detoxification, he said.

According to Skinny Buddha Catering Co. head chef Elyce Jacobson, this program is unique because it’s the only one that provides prepared organic meals with one-on-one personal training.

“Buddha’s Detox is not a long-term solution,” said Jacobson. “The goal is to make each person aware of their past habits, while giving them the motivation to change any that are detrimental. Buddha’s Detox also provides clients with a safety net – a spring-board to bounce back if he finds himself slipping back into bad habits."

Moving forward, Mundy continues to train with Skinny Buddha two times a week to lose weight and keep feeling healthy.

Those interested in finding out more about the Buddha detox can do so at

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