I think that's a good idea.
After 4 years of horrible diet in college (no veggies, everything fried in oil changed once a semester, tons of sugar, etc.), and high stress (triple major, music performance, little sleep), my digestion was really messed up. I started following Fit For Life which recommends nothing but raw fruit before noon. FFL is negative about meat and all animal products, so if you follow what they say is best, you're pretty much vegan. I followed that for a couple years, where the only animal product I used was butter. So the rest of the day I ate vegetables sauteed in butter and EVOO, and brown rice. Lots and lots of brown rice. Well, I got very healthy on this diet. I was probably eating half a gallon of fruit before noon. I was also using a VitaMix to make soups with pulverized veggies that are probably easier to digest.
All these years later and much healthier gut, I don't follow this diet any more, but I do believe it's good for people with impaired digestive health. And I still think I do great eating lots of fruit in the morning. (Nowadays I also have yogurt or protein powder with it.)
So, raw fruit, cooked veggies (and puree them too), rice/brown rice. Soak the rice overnight before slow cooking to make it more digestible.