Chances are, there’s more than just milk in your carton. If you take a look at the ingredients on your milk jug, you’ll likely see vitamin D listed, even if the milk doesn’t advertise that it’s been fortified with a vitamin. These days, milk is almost always fortified with vitamin D and the reason dates back to the 1900s. At the turn of the century, rickets ―a childhood bone disorder that can lead to weak and soft bones, stunted growth and sometimes skeletal deformities ―was rampant. Roughly 80 percent of children in Boston suffered from it. The cause of rickets is ... 더 보기..