While she's yet to fill her followers in on her top tips and tricks, it has been reported that since undergoing treatment for her mental health, the finance analyst was able to form a healthier relationship with food and exercise.
Natasha, who endured an ill-fated marriage to larrikin Mikey Pembroke, has long been open about how the series was detrimental to her health.
Speaking to WHO online, the MAFS bride said that despite being kicked off the experiment due to concerns for her safety,MAFS showrunners begged her to return to the final dinner party when they realised they were lacking in the drama department.
"They told me to leave the show because of my mental health and told me not to go to the girls' night because of my mental health, but when they had absolutely nothing for the reunion except the Mikey and Stacey drama, I was suddenly allowed back," she told us.
Natasha also lifted the lid on the revolting conditions she and her co-stars were forced to film in telling us they were "treated like animals".
"It was f***ing putrid. They sit us on these hard plastic chairs in this dirty tent for hours and refuse to give us any reading material unless you ask. One time, I was wearing a white dress and I left with it literally being black," she began.
"It's not right. I live in a first world country and I'd like to at least sit on a comfortable chair."
Speaking about filming the final dinner party in a warehouse with no air-conditioning or fans, Natasha lost it at the show's producers when they decided to light a fire in the already scorching hot room.
"It was 40 degrees in an uninsulated warehouse and it was so hot that Chris [Nicholls] got pulled off-set because he had sweated through his whole shirt and needed a dry one," she revealed, adding she's still traumatised by what happened behind the scenes. "It was so f***ing hot I split the seam in my $1,000 dress because the beading and silk were literally wet from sweat."
Her jaw-dropping revelations came just days after Mishel Karen told The Daily Telegraph she "didn't have any human rights" while filming the controversial dating experiment.
"We were sleep-deprived, we had everything we owned taken from us, we were spoken to like pieces of sh*t," she said.