A 100% raw food vegan diet, is actually one of the most unhealthy vegan diets out there. I tried to make a pathetic attempt at it once, but thankfully quit that nonsense fad diet. It is good to eat more raw food, even over 50% of dietary intake if you can, but all raw food is bad. I would stay away from the raw foodists. They are zealots and none of the so called leaders in their movement are qualified or learned in nutrition or health. I would instead recommend sticking to the advice of some of the following:
Dr. Caldwell Esselstyn, Dr. Neil Bernard, Dr. John McDougall, Dr. Joel Fuhrman, Dr. Gary Null, the Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine, all who are very qualified and are excellent advocates for a whole food plant based diet, unlike the raw foodists. All of those authors have books published. Don't get me wrong if you can find a raw food recipe book, it is still beneficial as long you don't go 100%.
Personally I lean toward Gary Null because I don't have the quiet family environment to read and he has a radio show where he gives lots of free on air nutritional and dietary advice available for download.
Also Dr. McDougall runs an excellent web forum where he also occasionally posts, along with dietitian Jeff Novick,
so that may be a way to go where you can also get structured guidance for free! Dr. Michael Greger also runs the excellent resource website Nutritionfacts.org
In my Thread: Purpose of modern medicine: no obstacle to economic growth
, I mentioned how most doctors disempower others, but the few exceptions I named above are different. They use a health promoting plant based diet to help their patients avoid most chronic care diseases and live longer. So unlike most patient-victims, if you follow their advice it is based all on patient compliance, unlike most medicine.