Win a Wii Fit with #KidsWeigh

With childhood obesity reaching an all time high across the country, many parents struggle with how to help their children maintain a healthy weight with proper nutrition.

Dr. Joanna Dolgoff, the official doctor of Camp Shane and a board certified pediatrician, has created Dr. Dolgoff's Weigh, a traffic-light system that allows kids to learn which foods are healthiest without counting calories. To spread the word about her site and program, Dr. Weigh, is sponsoring a Wii Fit contest to help you get your family up and moving this summer!

To Enter:
To enter to win the #KidsWeigh Wii Fit contest, check out
client testimonials and fabulous Dr. Weigh success stories then fill out this secure contest form telling us which story was your favorite!

(optional content follows) Want a chance to speak with Dr. Dolgoff about your nutritional questions and win more prizes?

Join her Friday, July 10th at 9 p.m. ET on Twitter for her #KidsWeigh discussion. Door prizes will be awarded. To RSVP and for more information go to:
Resourceful Mommy.

One grand prize winner will receive a Wii Fit. Two runners-up will receive a free one month membership to Dr. Weigh. This contest ends Friday, July 24th at 11:59 a.m. ET. and is brought to you by Momfluence.

Information on the SiteWarming Party from the Resourceful Mommy blog;

Are you ready to win Door Prizes?

Ten SiteWarming Party winners will receive gift cards to eat fresh at Subway! One SiteWarming Grand Prize winner will win one free month of membership to Dr. Weigh.

Complete any or all of the following steps and leave a comment on this post for each entry.

1. RSVP here for the SiteWarming.
2. Comment on the Dr. Weigh Blog.
3. Tweet about Friday's SiteWarming on Twitter.
4. Blog about Dr. Weigh and comment with a link to your post.
5. Blog about the #KidsWeigh Wii Fit contest.
6. Enter the Wii Fit Contest - yes, entering to win a Wii Fit can help you win door prizes!
7. Tweet any time between Noon and 10 p.m. ET with the hashtag #KidsWeigh.

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