You Can Now Get Paid To Eat Pasta, Chips And Bread

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We're serious. 

Guys you could be getting paid to eat pasta and chips for a month, so why haven't you quit your day job yet?

Seriously. This is now a thing and we're not hating on it. 

A vitamin company is looking to recruit three members of the public to each nothing but “beige” foods such as pasta and chips for a whole month, while also taking their one-a-day multivitamin. 

Yes, they are called "beige" foods. Don't be judging because it pays a lot more than what other jobs are paying for a month.

UK company Feel will pay candidates a whopping £5,000 ($AU8,980) each “to prove that our multivitamin is effective in delivering 18 key vitamins and minerals.” 

But as usual, every good thing comes with Ts&Cs. They are on the hunt for people who don't currently eat a balanced diet and they need to be over the age of 18.

The website states:

"As a ‘vitamin tester’, you will need to continue to eat a non-balanced diet for 30 days, consisting of mostly ‘beige’ foods like white bread, chicken, eggs, pasta and rice, under the ongoing supervision of a qualified nutritionist and doctor, who will make sure you’re meeting your individual required calorie and macro targets.

"We will test the nutrient levels of the successful applicants before they begin the month research period, and then afterwards, to see whether the multivitamin was effective in generating healthy nutrient levels."

If you're interested in a month-long journey with pasta, bread and rice, head here for more info. 

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