The home page of Dr Jack Kruse, who claims to be a neurosurgeon and "optimal health educator" contains the following paragraph:
There is a deep connection between thermodynamics in biology and the processing of energy and information. This process begins in the skin and this biophysical process will be explored and examined. In 2016 Jack came to Nourish Vermont and explained how food can only be understood via photosynthesis. Last year he showed us obesity begins in the eye and not with foods of exercise. All of these things tie light, water, and magnetism the computations that mitochondria must make. What stands between the sun and our mitochondria? The skin. Do nature and biology add lipid droplets to our skin to create a laser that changes sunlight into coherent light that activates programs in our subcutaneous fat? Learn how the skin works with the sun and mitochondria in a wireless fashion to build wellness within.
He seems to be part of a network of alternative health gurus who promote radical alternative therapies (including the idea that reducing the bodily load of deuterium cures many modern illnesses as in this question).
Little of that paragraph makes any sense according to the science I know (and he wants $99 for the detail). But the highlighted sentence seems clear enough for a skeptical analysis.
So, to repeat the full claim: Do nature and biology add lipid droplets to our skin to create a laser that changes sunlight into coherent light that activates programs in our subcutaneous fat?
And is anything else he says meaningful enough to deserve analysis?