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Is anyone considered that these are spore forming? They can be difficult to get rid of, why are these so popular?

Is anyone considered that these are spore forming? They can be difficult to get rid of, why are these so popular?

I will segment and detail my answer for your question – hopefully to the benefit of ‘all’ readers. There is much to understand here. 
Therefore – to fully answer your question, and provide a more robust understanding of the overall situation, will require the participation of interested parties – in reading a few segments of published research, provided at several links. 
FIRST: The simple answer is that ‘some of the bacteria’ you refer to in Prescript-Assist as being ‘spore forming’ (as to form “spores”) – is just Factually Incorrect. These are bacterium, most predominantly of the Phyla “Firmiceutes.” So let’s answer your question by asking a question – and then to provide you and other readers – the answer. Question is, therefore: “What’s the difference between Spore and Endospore? 
* Spore is an active, reproductive structure produced by plants. Endospore is a dormant, non-reproductive structure formed by certain bacteria. 
* Endospore appears similar to a spore although it is not a true spore. 
Read the whole article here: http://www.differencebetween.com/difference-between-spore-and-vs-endospore/#ixzz307W2rqOx 
From the US National Library of Medicine and the National Institutes of Health….https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3667473/ – to which I will highlight and quote: ” Our gut harbours a complex community of over 100 trillion microbial cells which influence human physiology, metabolism, nutrition and immune function while disruption to the gut microbiota has been linked with gastrointestinal conditions such as inflammatory bowel disease and obesity.”…. “based on HTS 16S rRNA-based, studies, it is apparent that in general the adult gut is dominated by two bacterial phyla, Firmicutes and Bacteroidetes, with other phyla including Actinobacteria, Proteobacteria, Verrucomicrobia and Fusobacteria being present in lower proportions” [Eckburg et al. 2005; Tremaroli and Backhed, 2012]. 
December 17th issue of Science – 2010 “INSIGHTS OF THE DECADE” “The Body’s Hardworking Microbes Get Some Overdue Respect” as discussed in its “Special Section” – the Abstract is as follows: “This past decade has seen a shift in how we see the microbes and viruses in and on our bodies. There is increasing acceptance that they are us, and for good reason. Nine in 10 of the cells in the body are microbial. In the gut alone, as many as 1000 species bring to the body 100 times as many genes as our own DNA carries. A few microbes make us sick, but most are commensal and just call the human body home. Collectively, they are known as the human microbiome. Likewise, some viruses take up residence in the body, creating a virome whose influence on health and disease is just beginning to be studied.” 
Please note as to “Eckburg et. al. 2005 the following – ‘shocking’ conclusion as to the ‘Entire Abstract: (highlights of underlining being added) “The human endogenous intestinal microflora is an essential “organ” in providing nourishment, regulating epithelial development, and instructing innate immunity; yet, surprisingly, basic features remain poorly described. We examined 13,355 prokaryotic ribosomal RNA gene sequences from multiple colonic mucosal sites and feces of healthy subjects to improve our understanding of gut microbial diversity. A majority of the bacterial sequences corresponded to uncultivated species and novel microorganisms. We discovered significant intersubject variability and differences between stool and mucosa community composition. Characterization of this immensely diverse ecosystem is the first step in elucidating its role in health and disease.” 
Uncultivated and Novel – mean: Never before seen, known about – and yet to be ‘named’… 
Noteworthy here, is that 99.99% of these bacteria species – within the two ‘phyla’ – (as you can discover for yourself with a little in-depth reading) – are – “Guess What?”…. All SBOs ! 
Now to answer your other question as to why Prescript-Assist is so popular – may be over-kill, but I would ask you – and all other readers this: “Would you not rather replenish your gut with that which represents a ‘vital cross-section’ of the most important organisms for a more robust gut function – 
therefore ‘immune function’ – and for which can be viably and economically produced – which remain “indigenous to your gut / human microbiome?” 
Further to this – please understand that non-SBOs (lacto bacillus and bifida bacteria) are – for the most part – ‘Transient’ – (as to pass through the gut – not embedding themselves in the mucosal layer of the GI tract) – and therefore to be ‘predominant’ in the ‘feces’ – where their benefits have been used up. SBOs are “Resident Forming” – as to embed themselves into the gut mucosal layer – and present one of many reasons you need “Not to Take them Every Day” – after re-establishing your gut micro-flora. “OH.. but how long does this take – you ask?” Who knows? If you consume three, four or five alcoholic-based cocktails a day – then it will take longer, as you are of course compromising your gut flora. Alcohol is not so friendly to bacteria – as we expect you can appreciate. If you are on antibiotics or chemo-therapy – you had better be taking Prescript-Assist – throughout the day – as to help keep your ‘immune system’ and digestive system functioning. Do not wait to run the course of antibiotics, chemo – or other drugs – why? Because Prescript-Assist – is also a Prescription Assistant – helping stave off the untoward effects of most all medications!… Taken separately by 30 minutes or an hour (before or after) the administration of the medication will help the body better cope – increasing the quality of life of the individual – – unlike any other probiotic – ‘guaranteed’ !!!