Bacillus laterosporus was about the only probiotic that would make me feel somewhat better the next day. Unfortunately, I had trouble getting over the initial gut irritation that it was causing so I stopped using it. Your results might differ.
This was a lab test so the results in the human body can differ(who knows how much of this strain will actually make it to the lower small intestine/colon?). The tests can give you somewhat of an idea of how it functions.
The strain is transitory so it does not permanetly colonize in the Gi tract. I have read that the strain produces chitinase so it might be effective for someone who has "some" fungal candida overgrowth. Some have used undecenoic acid/sf722 with good results. It really can vary depending on the individual's gut makeup.
I tried the Rham. GG and the DD1 with no results. They just caused a bad immune response. The probiotics don't do much of any good until the fungal candida is under control. Probiotics on the market don't match what is in our gut and will most likely just have temporary results. I agree with others as it is a marketing scheme. How can these companies claim that their products will replenish or "replace" our good bacteria when their strains don't even come close to matching the hundreds of different strains that is in our Gi tract.