Boost Juice founder Janine Allis' shock confession about Australian Survivor
Not sure we could handle this!
Australian Survivor contestant Janine Allis has opened up about the sickening side effects she suffered due to the restrictive diet she had to follow while on the reality TV show.
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The contestants have to survive on whatever food they can find on the island, along with some basic rations, while they are on the show.
Speaking to 10 Daily, the Boost Juice founder told of the disgusting side effects of eating too much of one staple food, which was abundant on the island.
"I mean, look, coconut gives you diarrhoea if you eat too much of it!" she shared.
And she wasn't alone with her terrible tummy issues.
"I think all of us dealt with that the whole time, and farting and burping," she told the publication.
However she said the contestants coped rather well with the restricted diet and rations.
"I think everyone was in pretty good shape physically, other than fatigue, because you haven't got the fuel in your body that you need," she said.
Other contestants told of the unexpected health benefits they'd experienced on the show.
"My skin! Man, with the lack of sugar and you know, alcohol, caffeine and everything, my skin glowed! I remember coming out and thinking ‘my skin looks great!’" AFL star Simon Black told 10 Daily.
"It was really amazing, with a Fiji tan, as well."