Human health and disease have been greatly impacted by the gut microbiome which is a complicated and diversified ecosystem in itself. The gut microbiome and its composition have been investigated extensively throughout life’s many stages. Studies have been conducted in recent years to determine the role of specific gut microbiome members in endospore formation. Firmicutes members produce a hard, dormant structure called “endospore” that helps them resist inhospitable circumstances. As per researchers, this natural resistance has health and disease implications, as well as biotechnological consequences. The development of endospores is linked to antibiotic resistance and the spread of antibiotic resistance genes also called resistome in particular. The microbial community has a spore-forming category which has been defined by the word “sporobio”. A brief knowledge of the presence and composition of sporobiota in the human gut has been presented in a study. Furthermore, it described the growth of the sporobacteria in the newborn gut, as well as perinatal elements that may impact vertical transmission from mother to newborn. In addition to that, the sporobiota of some of the most vital sources of food for newborns such as breast milk and powdered milk formula was observed.