Has anyone tried fish protein powder? If so care to share your experience? For people who have ibs/ibd or can't tolerate milk or egg protein it's supposed to be especially healthy since fish protein hydrolysate is very easy for the human digestive tract to absorb. The obvious answer is of course to eat more fish, but if the powder doesn't taste to bad it would be a very convenient protein and omega-3 source since all of the fat in the powder is omega-3. I haven't found any stores that sell it other than two in New Zealand and one in Australia. Nutrional facts for the powder from this store BULK Manufacturers Fish Protein Protein : >90% Digestibility: >97% Fat: <3% The problem here is that they only sell it in bulk, and the minimum order is 300kg! Another store that also sell powder for human consumption but the online store has been down for years: Matilda Nutritionals - Fish Protein Powder. The powder from the third site Fish Protein Powder - Human Health Products - AromaNZ. It has the following supplement facts: MOISTURE g/100g 3.5 ASH g/100g 2.0 PROTEIN g/100g 89.0 CARBOHYDRATES g/100g < 0.1 FAT g/100g 6.0 ENERGY kJowles/100g 1690 kCal/100g 400 GMO-Free and Non-Gamma irradiated. Eligible for export worldwide including USA and European Union. Available in large volumes and ensuring prompt delivery to your store. Every production batch is tested by an Independent Laboratory.