Raw veganism with 10% fat is a pretty surefire way to look like you are dying. There are a bunch of these kids that hang out at the vegan pizza place in front of my building.
The only healthy looking raw vegans I know consume a lot of fat from coconuts, and nuts processed into various forms (ice creams, cakes, etc). Lots of surface area to increase the bioavailability.
This is basically Ornish's diet, with a raw vegan twist on it.
So take for example nutrition data I think 10% fat is probably at or below the limit of what's possible while remaining healthy.
It is probably tough to avoid EFA deficiency on raw bananasthis diet.http://nutritiondata.self.com/facts/fruits-and-fruit-juices/1846/2
Cordain's paper on HG macronutrient ratios puts fat at a minimum of 25%. http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/10702160
Thirty 100 gram bananas would provide (nutritiondata on raw bananas)
Minerals (relative to RDA) - 30% Calcium
Vitamins (relative to RDA) - 30% A, 60% B1, 120% B2, 90% B5, 90% B3, 150% B9
Sounds nutritionally complete to me!
A not very delicious twist on aiming for diabetes (see Drew's link). The equivalent of yams or potatoes (by calories), which would provide about 1/10th the sugar.