The aim of this work was to address whether the growing location of tomato could generate a different (poly) phenol profile able to affect both in vivo absorption and (poly)phenol metabolite pattern upon tomato consumption. uHPLC-MSn analyses allowed to obtain a detailed (poly)phenol profile of tomatoes from two locations in Spain, quantifying 57 (poly)phenolic compounds. However, local and non-local tomatoes showed a different concentration of their native (poly)phenols, which could be attributed to diverse cultivation origin. Rat serum was analysed after an acute tomato feeding. Seven phenolic metabolites were quantified through uHPLC-MSn. Pharmacokinetic parameters were further evaluated, revealing different serum concentrations of (poly)phenolic metabolites between tomatoes. The maximum peak serum concentrations, reached mainly after 2 h after ingestion, led to suppose that serum metabolites were mostly derived from absorption in the upper gastrointestinal tract. The growing location of tomatoes affected both the content of native (poly)phenols and their in vivo absorption.

(Poly)phenolic composition of tomatoes from different growing locations and their absorption in rats: A comparative study / Cruz-Carrión, Álvaro; Calani, Luca; de Azua, Ma Josefina Ruiz; Mena, Pedro; Del Rio, Daniele; Suárez, Manuel; Arola-Arnal, Anna. - In: FOOD CHEMISTRY. - ISSN 0308-8146. - 388:(2022), p. 132984. [10.1016/j.foodchem.2022.132984]

(Poly)phenolic composition of tomatoes from different growing locations and their absorption in rats: A comparative study

Calani, Luca;Mena, Pedro
;
Del Rio, Daniele;
2022-01-01

Abstract

The aim of this work was to address whether the growing location of tomato could generate a different (poly) phenol profile able to affect both in vivo absorption and (poly)phenol metabolite pattern upon tomato consumption. uHPLC-MSn analyses allowed to obtain a detailed (poly)phenol profile of tomatoes from two locations in Spain, quantifying 57 (poly)phenolic compounds. However, local and non-local tomatoes showed a different concentration of their native (poly)phenols, which could be attributed to diverse cultivation origin. Rat serum was analysed after an acute tomato feeding. Seven phenolic metabolites were quantified through uHPLC-MSn. Pharmacokinetic parameters were further evaluated, revealing different serum concentrations of (poly)phenolic metabolites between tomatoes. The maximum peak serum concentrations, reached mainly after 2 h after ingestion, led to suppose that serum metabolites were mostly derived from absorption in the upper gastrointestinal tract. The growing location of tomatoes affected both the content of native (poly)phenols and their in vivo absorption.
2022
(Poly)phenolic composition of tomatoes from different growing locations and their absorption in rats: A comparative study / Cruz-Carrión, Álvaro; Calani, Luca; de Azua, Ma Josefina Ruiz; Mena, Pedro; Del Rio, Daniele; Suárez, Manuel; Arola-Arnal, Anna. - In: FOOD CHEMISTRY. - ISSN 0308-8146. - 388:(2022), p. 132984. [10.1016/j.foodchem.2022.132984]
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