I got really sick after eating a slice of Norbest Turkey Breast. I should have known better, but I couldn't have imagined the degree of the symptoms I had with so little turkey I ate. It's as if I ate a full meal with all the "no-no" dressing and "no-no" gravy. I lost a whole day of work and was still foggy brained the following day. My symptoms included: light sensitivity, nausea, vomiting, migraine headache, body aches and pains, and muscle weakness.
Here is my Facebook entry:I made a big mistake and purchased a cut up turkey breast from Roadrunner Grocery Store in Quartzsite, AZ. The turkey is from Norbest which I didn't know at the time. There was no label on the package... big mistake!!! I called Roadrunner and found out more about the turkey. Norbest Tender-Timed Young Turkey http://www.norbest.com/product/whole-turkeys/tender-timed-young-turkey/ claims no MSG, but the little turkey I ate, it contains a shit-load of MSG-like ingredients. Excitotoxins are present, no doubt. The helpful man at the grocery store read that the turkey was injected with a 9.5% Natural Chicken Broth and Spices solution. The percentage is low compared to some name brand turkeys, but the solution is extremely high in Excitotoxins.
If you are MSG intolerant, DO NOT eat Norbest turkey!!!!!!
Also, the information about the solution content IS NOT on the Norbest website. They are bad people!!!!!!!
Today, I contacted Norbest via their on-site email service. I couldn't copy my message, so I copied the whole page. I attached the pic below.
Norbest claims no added MSG on their website, but the problem is they introduce a 9.5% solution to their turkeys which must contain enough Excitotoxins to impair cognitive thinking of a small horse let alone a human being.
I hope to get a response from Norbest soon, and I will share it here and on Facebook.
Keeping up the good fight,