I've read that people who go raw do high fruit, but I've read that can be bad for a person since it's high glycemic. What about having some soaked and/or sprouted grains like pearled (or nonhulled) barley, oats, wheatberries, etc. for the carbs? They have more protein than fruits do.
What's the correct ratio a raw foodist should have of these types of foods: simple sugars ie of fructose (fruits), complex carbs (of seeds ie grains and legumes), fats (nuts, avocados), and protein (legumes mainly I guess). Then I guess there's those greens, and other (low to medium (?) starch) veggies, like lettuce, carrots, tomatoes, broccoli, celery, (basically salad stuff) cucumbers, zuchini and yellow squash, peppers.
As for legumes I would really only eat sprouted mung beans. I know people stay away from legumes because of the phytate content and other anti-nutrients, but sprouting does decrease them and if it doesn't consume most of the diet it should be fine.
For a person who wants to be lean, and build muscle. What's the correct diet? I don't particularly trust the high fruit type of diet. Plus it might not be too feasible with regards money if you're gonna be cheap like me.