Though I will not disagree with Stacey on her recommendations, I will state that there is a Great Amount of emphasis on the dosing protocols of Zinc, Selenium and Biotin.
Where society typically dictates more is better, in the 3 supplements mentioned, this is simply not the case.
Biotin has an RDA topside of 30mcg, Stacey is a little high on the 2-3 mg, given that there is 1000 micro grams to a milligram, however finding dosage in the microgram range may be a little tough and the worst cases of an overabundance of biotin is that it may cause Acne. This is the minor of symptoms you may suffer, but should still take caution when implementing.
Selenium on the other hand, in over consumption has Hair Loss as a side effect. Supplementation on this one can be found in foods if you are not still adhering to a strict "Juice Only" diet, and you can find some information about Selenium Here.
Zinc too can easily be taken in quantities greater than the body can process easily and over-consumption of this one can easily lead to Zinc Toxicity. This one you will know almost immediately as the standard OTC versions of this supplement are 5-10x greater than you will need and it may lead to severe cramping/the feeling like you have just been punched in the stomach.
Vitamins A, D, E and K are your fat soluble vitamins, meaning that these should be implemented with some source of FAT. Those new to and attempting to adhere to a strict raw fruit and veg diet can be lacking in these. Nuts, Avacado, Coconut Oil and Olive Oil may allow for some variety and can also support your FS vitamins.