I'm A Celebrity: Campmates have been 'suffering from dizzy spells due to tiny food portions'... after losing a whopping SIX STONE stone between them
They've collectively lost six stone due to a lack of food in the jungle.
And now it's been reported that the I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out Of Here! contestants have been experiencing dizzy episodes thanks to their diminished sustenance.
The production team have supposedly been sending in bottles of Lucozade, to give campmates such as Georgia Toffolo, Jamie Lomas and Dennis Wise a much needed burst of energy.
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Hungry for it: It's been reported that the I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out Of Here! contestants - including Georgia Toffolo (above) have been experiencing dizzy episodes thanks to their diminished sustenance
Major difference:?The production team have supposedly been sending in bottles of Lucozade, to give campmates such as Jamie Lomas (left) and Dennis Wise a much needed burst of energy
According to The Mirror, Medic Bob said: 'I can’t mention it medically, but there’s been a couple that have had a few dizzy spells and we’ve given them some electrolyte drinks and some glucose.
'They’re very hungry, really hungry. They’re very hungry at the moment, they haven’t done quite so well at the trials lately.
'If you could see how much rice and beans they get per person, per day, I think you’d be quite shocked. The little bit of rice is quite tiny and the little bit of beans is quite tiny.'
Vanessa White - who was voted out two nights ago - told Joel Dommett and Scarlett Moffatt on the sister series Extra Camp that she could 'barely walk' because of how hungry she was at times.
Weak: Vanessa White - who was voted out two nights ago - told Joel Dommett and Scarlett Moffatt on the sister series Extra Camp that she could 'barely walk' because of how hungry she was at times
Detox: The stars have been getting more and more weak as the weeks have gone on
Basic: The camp's rations of mainly beans and rice rely solely on their performance in the gruelling tasks
In addition, her allergy to beans meant that she could only eat the rice portion of the beans and rice basic ration dishes the camp was provided with when they failed a food task. She was provided with protein tablets as a result.
While it had been previously reported that campmates have actually fainted over their hunger, a rep for the show told MailOnline: 'Nobody has fainted in the jungle due to lack of food.'
Two weeks through this year's process,?a source revealed the campmates have collectively lost more than six stone with Hollyoaks' Jamie Lomas, 42, and boxing champion Amir Khan, 30, shedding most of the weight since entering the jungle on November 19, according to?The Daily Mirror.
A rep for the show told MailOnline: 'Nobody has fainted in the jungle due to lack of food'
'You can see a real difference': I'm A Celebrity...Get Me Out of Here! stars lost more than six stone as they make 'huge diet changes' after just 13 days in the jungle
Slimmer: Last year's star Stanley Johnson has been displaying a noticeably slimmer frame?
Slim:?The reality stars have mainly been surviving on a simple diet made up of rice and beans during their time on the ITV show (Vanessa White pictured)
While languishing in the jungle, many stars have been known to lose shocking amounts of weight and have been known to bulk up on doctor's orders before entering to afford the epic loss they typically make.
'The celebrities lose the weight because are eating healthy organic vegetables and meat, the body readily absorbs this so they make sure the meat is heavy in protein and the fruit and veg heavy in minerals, vitamins and glucose,' the source added.?
British actor Jamie hasn't been shy about his noticeable weight loss as he was heard telling his fellow camp mates. He said: 'I've lost so much weight in here, which isn't a bad thing. But the hunger, it really gets to you.'?
Tough times: Dennis Wise's once-athletic frame has drastically reduced in the jungle
'Starving': Already slim Toff, is no doubt struggling with the rations?
The jungle has been know to cause stars to shed pounds due to the restricted diet - with Gemma Collins even being plagued with claims she left due to hunger.?
Back in 2014, she prematurely left the jungle when she insisted she was left starving. After her brief stint she said: 'I was starving! I’m a plus size girl, I went from everything to 500 calories a day, and that did affect me.
'When I went in the ‘telegraph’ the room was spinning around, all my blood sugar levels had dropped, I am meant to take insulin three times a day, but with all what happened to me, I forgot to take my medication in the jungle as well'.
Last year's contestant Joel Dommett said: 'I lost a stone in there and I didn't have one to lose. I think I've put half of it back on though, mainly with cheesecake.'
Slimmed down: Rebekah Vardy has been displaying her frame in the jungle
Slimmed down:?Joey Essex, who graced the jungle in 2012, sparked concern among fans when he left when he posted a worryingly slim selfie
Joey Essex, who graced the jungle in 2012, sparked concern among fans when he left when he posted a worryingly slim selfie.?
He said of his own weight loss: 'I lost just under a stone and a half, but I've been eating ever since I left the jungle. I had three meals before I got to the hotel.'?
After celebrity chef Rosemary Shrager left the jungle, in the same year as Joey, she said: 'I have to tell you that it was a bit of a shock because you were literally starving.?
'But the thing is, obviously you had so much to burn up it was just going away, it was?just brilliant. It was really hard though.'
Tough times:?The jungle has been know to cause stars to shed pounds due to the restricted diet - with Gemma Collins even being plagued with claims she left due to hunger
Revealed:?Hollyoaks' Jamie Lomas, 42, (pictured) and boxing champion Amir Khan, 30, are said to have shed most of the weight since entering the jungle on November 19
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