INTERLEUKIN GENETICS, INC.
CORPORATE CODE OF CONDUCT AND ETHICS

FOREWORD

This Corporate Code of Conduct and Ethics, referred to as the “Code,” is intended to provide our associates, as defined below, with a clear understanding of the principles of business conduct and ethics that are expected of them.  The standards set forth in the Code apply to us all.  Every associate of the company must acknowledge his or her review of and agreement to comply with the Code as a condition of his or her relationship with the company. The term “associate” means every full and part-time employee of the company and its subsidiaries, all members of the company’s senior management, including the company’s Chief Executive Officer and Chief Financial Officer, and every member of the company’s Board of Directors, even if such member is not employed by the company.

Many of the standards outlined on the following pages will be familiar, for they reflect the fundamental values of fairness and integrity that are a part of our daily lives.  Applying these standards to our business lives is an extension of the values by which we are known as individuals and by which we want to be known as a company.  To that end, the company has made the Code publicly available on its web site.

It is our responsibility to conduct ourselves in an ethical business manner and also to ensure that others do the same.  If any one of us violates these standards, he or she can expect a disciplinary response, up to and including termination of any employment or other relationship with the company, and possibly other legal action.  If any breach of the Code is known to you, you are obligated to report violations to the Corporate Compliance Officer, to any member of the Compliance Committee, or to the third party reporting service that the company has retained to receive such reports, as described in more detail below. Through establishing a confidential and anonymous option to accept and process such reports, we ensure that the good faith efforts of all of us to comply with the Code are not undermined.

The ultimate responsibility for maintaining our Code rests with each of us.  As individuals of personal integrity, we can do no less than to behave in a way that will continue to bring credit to ourselves and our company.

While it is impossible for this Code to describe every situation that may arise, the standards explained in this Code are guidelines that should govern our conduct at all times.  If you are confronted with situations not covered by this Code, or have questions regarding the matters that are addressed in the Code, you are urged to consult with the Corporate Compliance Officer, a member of the Compliance Committee, or another member of management.

The provisions of the Code regarding the actions the company will take are guidelines which the company intends to follow.  There may be circumstances, however, that in the company’s judgment require different measures or actions and in such cases it may act accordingly while still attempting to fulfill the principles underlying this Code.