You can now get paid £5,000 to eat nothing but chips and pizza for a month

IF YOU love nothing more than tucking into pizza, chips and pasta, this might be your lucky day.

Multivitamin company Feel is on the hunt for members of the public to eat “beige” food for a month and put their products to the test.

The best news about the deal? You’ll get paid a whopping £5,000 for your time while getting your fill of your favourite grub.

The chosen testers will continue with their non-balanced diets of foods such as white bread, eggs, pasta, chicken and rice, while taking one multivitamin each day.

They will then have their nutrient levels test before and after the trial, to see if the products make a difference.

Candidates will be monitored by a qualified nutritionist and doctor, who will make sure they are meeting their individual required calorie and macro targets.

You must be 18 to take part, and have no underlying health issues or allergies to ingredients in the product.

Feel is a multivitamin subscription brand which promises to deliver the exact RDA of 18 key micronutrients, including Selenium, Vitamin A, Calcium, Folic Acid, Vitamin B12 and magnesium.

The company stresses they do not encourage replacing a healthy diet with vitamins, but they aim to deliver more of what the body needs each day.

Boris Hodakel, co-founder of Feel, said: “It’s becoming increasingly difficult to get all of the vitamins and nutrients required to live life on the go.

Although options for nutritiously balanced food are improving all the time, there are no options that can guarantee a perfectly balanced diet, and multivitamins can be a solution.

“We in no way want to encourage people to use our multivitamin as a substitute for a healthy diet, the purpose of this study is to test the effectiveness of our product, outside of a lab or controlled environment, where results don’t reflect reality.

“We want average members of the public to eat a version of the modern Western diet – under the watchful eye of a doctor and nutritionist, to see whether Feel is as good as we think it is, in the real world.”