A spooky BWT welcome to all the strange creatures (Vampires, monsters, ghosts, zombies, etc) looking forward to another Halloween season. Get ready for the spookiest day of the year with a fun and healthy Halloween drink recipe for children, 7 Movies with water key to the plot and an interesting fact about feeling scared.
Spooky scary pumpkin drink
When you’re hosting a children‘s party, drinks are a very important part of your menu planning. Here is a topical, fabulous and healthy Halloween drink recipe for you and the kids to try out.
Ingredients for 1 glass:
- 1 mango
- 1 banana
- 3 oranges
- 175 ml Magnesium Mineralized Water
- Sugar to decorate
Decorate the rim of a suitable glass with coarse orange sugar and then using a glass pen get the children to add their own spooky design.
To make your Halloween Cocktail:
Squeeze the oranges and put the juice to one side. Peel the mango and banana and then cut into cubes. Put all ingredients including the Magnesium Mineralized water into your smoothie maker and blitz until smooth alternatively puree using a suitable blender. Pour the scary looking mix into your decorated glasses, top up with additional Magnesium Mineralized water to achieve your favourite taste.
What is the best horror film ever made?
Water is the elixir of life, a limited resource and BWT’s passion.
Halloween is the season for parties, character costumes and children trick ‘n‘treating. And of course that one ritual that never dies no matter what your age: horror movies. While most horror movies are complete works of fiction, the genre occasionally offers up stories that are based around common things like Water.
Whether you’re a scary movie junkie or more of a hide-under-the-blanket kind of viewer, here you can find the 7 Movies with water key to the plot:
1 ) Jaws (1975)
2 ) Open Water (2003)
3) Piranha (1978)
4) Deep Blue Sea (1999)
5) Below (2002)
6) Sphere (1998)
7) Leviathan (1989)
Which of these have you seen and which was the scariest? Remember, if you get really scared, you will need to take a sip of water!
Why do people ask to drink water when they are feeling scared?
Studies show that water is a great “scared reliever”. Dehydration causes energy generation in the brain to decrease or when the body is dehydrated, in can actually induce nervousness. Staying hydrated can help decrease the feeling of nervousness and symptoms of being scared as a whole.
When we are dehydrated our cells feel it at the molecular level and communicate this to our subconscious as an underline subtle nervousness or threat to survival. The key to re-balance this deficit of fluids is to drink fresh water, you may find the water picks you up more than you might imagine as the brain is one of the organs in most need of water.
That is why whenever we feel scared or nervous we should drink water, it can go a long way to calming those nerves!
Halloween, Wednesday October 31 2018, is almost upon us. Halloween might seem like a holiday for little kids or adults that still believe in magic but is a great excuse to have a good time. Throwing a Party, finding a spooky costume dress, making Halloween-inspired snacks or joining the children for trick-or-treating are great ways to enjoy your Wednesday evening or why not wait till the weekend and combine your Halloween celebrations with a good firework display.