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Interleukin Genetics, Inc. Announces Positive Results from Clinical Study Evaluating Genetic Test's Impact on Weight Loss
Date:9/23/2009

the genotype appropriate diets for 12 months versus 2.4% (4.6 lbs) for individuals assigned to inappropriate diets (p=0.013);

-- Average percent change in waist circumference of 6.5% (2.6 inches) was achieved by individuals who were assigned to the genotype appropriate diets for 12 months versus 3.2% (1.2 inches) for individuals assigned to inappropriate diets (p=0.01).

"The outstanding results from this study confirm the positive benefit of applying the proper use of genetics in the field of weight management," stated Lewis H. Bender, Chief Executive Officer of Interleukin Genetics. "Our data indicates that choosing a diet based on genetics provides results comparable to the key industry benchmarks for treatment options in the field of obesity. We intend to submit full data for publication as soon as possible, as well as initiate partnering discussions for distribution of our product with appropriate companies focused on weight management."

About the Weight Management Genetic Test

The Interleukin Genetics Weight Management Genetic Test is marketed under the brand name Inherent Health (www.inherenthealth.com) and is a proprietary genetic test panel that analyzes single nucleotide variations among several functional genes to create macronutrient percentage diet and exercise recommendations for the individual. The test involves a simple swab of the cheek that is then sent to Interleukin Genetics' CLIA-certified laboratory for analysis. A detailed report explaining the test results and diet recommendations is provided to individuals within two weeks after sample submission.

About Interleukin Genetics

Interleukin Genetics, Inc. (NYSE Amex: ILI) develops and markets
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