"What you eat defines your condition, physique and personality. It builds the whole human body."
― Emporio Ivankov, One Piece

The power to gain strength from food. Technique of Food Manipulation. Variation of Organic Empowerment.

Also Called

  • Food Affinity


Users become stronger, faster, more durable, etc. by eating, possibly unlocking abilities related to the affinity and enhancing the existing powers. While many users, by food's very nature, are able to draw complete sustenance from it, some users may even be able to slow or stop aging.





  • The amount consumed may determine how long the effects lasts.
  • May be limited to certain foods, other types might even weaken the user.

Known Users


  • Upchuck (Ben 10 Franchise); via inorganic matter
  • Theo (Nutri Ventures)
  • Popeye (Popeye The Sailor Man); via spinach
  • Kwamis (Miraculous Ladybug)


  • The Collector (Chew); via Spinach
  • Todd Ingram (Scott Pilgrim); via a vegan diet
  • Bananaman (DC Thomson); via Bananas

Live Action TV

  • Sportacus (LazyTown); via Sport Candy, AKA: fruits and veggies


  • Goku (Dragon Ball)
  • Beth (Fairy Tail)
  • Kinnikuman (Kinnikuman)
  • Lionel (Isekai Shokudo) via Katsudon
  • Tamaki Amajiki (My Hero Academia)
  • Satsuki Yotsuba (Negima)
  • Monkey D. Luffy (One Piece); via meat
  • Amon Patricia (There's a Demon Lord in the Floor)
  • Bishokukai (Toriko)
  • Four Heavenly Kings (Toriko)
  • Flint Hammerhead (Flint the Time Detective)
  • Sana (Alice & Zoroku)

Video Games

  • Bonk (Bonk's Adventure)
  • Umaro (Final Fantasy VI); via Green Cherry
  • Kirby (Kirby Franchise)
  • Mario (Mario Series)
  • Pac-Man (Pac-Man Franchise)
  • Wario (WarioWare series); via garlic
  • Ringo (Touhou Project); via dango
  • Wolfgang (Don't Starve)
  • Heavy (Team Fortress 2); via Sandwich

Known Objects

  • Attack Cuisine (One Piece)