There are people who think that homogenized milk is bad for your health. The topic of concern is the homogenization step, where allegedly 'too small' fat micro-particles are created. And this is allegedly unnatural and harms your health.
Specific health risks that are mentioned by those people are for example:
- those small fat particles negatively influence the digestion in general
- they somehow negatively trigger growth hormones (e.g. increased growth)
Are there any sources to support or contradict such claims?
Edit: A notable anti-milk activist is Bodo Melik (cf. a german newspaper article about him, a german public radio article that has some details on the hormone stuff, a german blog article that mentions the homogenized stuff and references a elsevier paper by him, a review-paper by him - Milk is not just food but most likely a genetic transfection system activating mTORC1 signaling for postnatal growth). His viewpoints are picked up by quite a few internet sites.