Whole Living, Inc. (OTC-BB:WLIV), dba Brain Garden, announced sales for the month of September were $559,195 compared to $522,742 for the same period last year.

This represents a 7% increase in sales. The company stated sales for the first part of October are well ahead of sales for the same period of the previous three months.

“We did witness a decrease in sales this past month due to the tragic national events in September and subsequent disruption of our sales channels,” stated Ron Williams, President of Whole Living, Inc. “With good reason, people were concentrating on what was happening with the world events rather than working their business. It is unbelievable the effect that these horrible events have had, not only to the people in New York but people throughout the world.”

Whole Living perceives sales in October to be strong. “We believe that not only have people started growing their businesses again but are seeing the benefit of our products as a convenient nutritious food supplement and meal replacement,” said Mr. Williams.

Whole Living, Inc. (OTC-BB:WLIV) is a premier whole- foods nutrition company in the direct-selling industry, with premium products reaching consumers throughout the USA, Canada, Australia, New Zealand and Japan.

For additional information, visit the company website at www.thebraingarden.com or contact Kyle Carter, Investor Relations of Whole Living, Inc. at 801/772-3300. Brokers and Analysts may contact Columbia Financial Group at 888/301-6271.

The above statements regarding this announcement, which are not purely historical, are forward-looking statements, within the meaning of the Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995, including Whole Living, Inc. beliefs, expectations, hopes or intentions regarding the future. All forward-looking statements are made as of the date hereof and based on information available to Whole Living, Inc. as of such date. It is important to note that actual outcome and the actual results could differ materially from those in such forward-looking statements. Factors that could affect results to differ materially include risks and uncertainties such as technological, legislative, and marketplace changes.