Culinary experts described how European nobility ate in the Middle Ages.
If you adhere to the rules of a healthy diet, the "aristocratic" diet is clearly not suitable for you: Chefs tried to add more salt and spices that only the upper classes in society could afford because of their high cost.
Culinary experts believe that European cuisine in those days was more like Asian. Wide eating disorder, don't care about excess weight and calories. As a result, many aristocrats suffered from overweight and disease caused by it.
During the Renaissance, chefs began to shift to a more neutral approach to cooking: spices and salt became less. A sign of good taste was regarded as dishes with a natural taste.
It was during the Renaissance that the foundations of traditional European cuisine were formed.