Welcome to

The Sweetest Life


the only doctor-recommended all-inclusive wellness label

Welcome to the new international lifestyle for companies and customers.

I created TSL after I was diagnosed with several diseases and disabilities which led to a life of survival instead of living. When I had my 7th miscarriage, I began to research instead of succumbing to my multiple diagnoses by finding alternatives other than just tolerating the pain. I needed a way to make sure I was choosing the right products, foods, and places that didn’t make my symptoms worse as I was being treated by my doctors. I created this company for those who need help making stressful decisions easier when it comes to their health and life. The Sweetest Life International takes out the guesswork, and makes it easier to choose a joy-filled, stress-free life!

In Health & Happiness,

Chrissy Rose

M.A.C., PhD Apprentice

President, Owner & Co-Founder

What is TSL International?

The Sweetest Life International is a medically-researched and development company that certifies 18 industries in a $1.5 trillion dollar market for the one and only patent pending certified wellness label for companies and customers needs.

Running a successful company built around a happy workforce

We take care of our partners and our people.

Our mission is to create an internationally recognized cleaner living label. We research credible medical resources to test 20 different industries and their respective companies for top conflicts discovered in ingredients, air quality, and materials.

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Who is the TSL label for?

TSL is designed to cater to customers and companies simultaneously. When TSL certifies a brand, life is made easier for both sides. Customers that crave a happier, healthier life now only need to look for one label when shopping anywhere and staying anywhere. Companies effectively answer this need with a perfect response: simplicity and ease for the customer.


For people that want

  • Relief from stress
  • To stay healthier post-COVID and live clean
  • To live longer
  • Relief from symptoms of autism
  • Relief from symptoms of cancer
  • Relief from symptoms of arthritis
  • Relief from migraines
  • And more

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For Companies that want

  • 15% more annual revenue
  • Increased customer loyalty
  • Brand equity through medical third party research and certification
  • Relief from daily pressure on staff
  • An advantage over competitors
  • Edge in $1.5 trillion market
  • And more
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TSL’s Standards of Excellence

Sample of Standards. Standards subject to updates and revisions.

Free from:

High GI-refined sugars,

gluten, artificial dyes,

soy, dairy, glyphosate, GMOs

- Food and Beverage

Furniture free from:

flame retardants, formaldehyde, VOC finishes

Clothing free from: PFAs, formaldehyde, AZO dyes

- Materials

Free from:

Parabens, formaldehyde

phthalates, microbeads

- Cosmetics

The All-Inclusive Wellness Label

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Colleges & Schools

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Research Says

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Volatile organic compounds (VOCs) are emitted as gases from certain solids or liquids. VOCs include a variety of chemicals, some of which may have short- and long-term adverse health effects. Concentrations of many VOCs are consistently higher indoors (up to ten times higher) than outdoors.“

-Environmental Protection Agency

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Researchers found that 33% of the fatal food allergy reactions occurring in the U.S. from 2001 to 2006 were triggered by foods prepared away from home (5, 6). In one study, researchers found that 34% of customers with food allergies had experienced food allergy reactions in restaurants (41).“

-Intl. Association of Food Protection

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In previous studies, we identified several hazardous compounds in clothing obtained from the common market. Combined, this strongly indicates that there is a need for further studies focused on textile contaminants as they seem to be a forgotten route to human chemical exposure.“


-Nalt. Library of Medicine



Life International

Corporate Headquarters


Monterey, CA

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9:00 am to 5:00 pm PST


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