10 Incredible Buddha Bowls to Update Your Diet

Buddha bowls are typically viewed as a complicated meal that only professional nutritionists are able to make. But in reality, even the laziest girl in the world can make it herself. Buddha bowls are known for their versatility, healthy nutrients, and variety. One bowl can keep your energy going all day long and boost your overall wellness. While Buddha bowls are easy to make, perhaps you find yourself confusing about what to put into your bowl.

1. Sweet Potato Chickpea Buddha Bowl


Sweet Potato Chickpea Buddha Bowl
Subtly spiced, comforting and amazingly delicious, this Buddha bowl will rock your entire world in a jiffy. Get the recipe here.

2. Noodle Buddha Bowl


Noodle Buddha Bowl
Fuel your brain and make your stomach happy with a protein- and antioxidant-packed bowl. Find the recipe here.

3. Turmeric Sweet Potato Bowl


Turmeric Sweet Potato Bowl
The main spice in curry, turmeric can turn any meal into a masterpiece. Spice up your sweet potato bowl with this spice for added healing properties. Get the recipe here.

4. Spinach Quinoa Patty Bowl


Spinach Quinoa Patty Bowl
When superfoods combined together, they create a fantastically healthy Buddha super bowl that will provide your body with so much needed phytonutrients, vitamins, minerals, and other compounds that are crucial for your health. Get the recipe here.

5. Brussels Sprouts Eggplant Buddha Bowl


Brussels Sprouts Eggplant Buddha Bowl
One of my favorite Buddha bowls, this one is a true goodness for health food junkies. Plus, it is so fast to make. Get the recipe here.

6. Vegan Thai Tempeh Buddha Bowl


Vegan Thai Tempeh Buddha Bowl
Rich in protein, a Thai tempeh Buddha bowl is an excellent way to get this vital nutrient when you go vegan. Find the recipe here.

7. BBQ Tempeh With Vegan Ranch Bowl


BBQ Tempeh With Vegan Ranch Bowl
After all, the barbecue season is approaching so fast. Get the recipe here.

8. Winter Buddha Bowl


Winter Buddha Bowl
But since it is the cold season outside, enjoy your comforting and satisfying winter Buddha bowl right now. Get the recipe here.

9. Roasted Rainbow Winter Bowl


Roasted Rainbow Winter Bowl
Mix up your favorite healthy foods in one rainbow-inspired meal. Find the recipe here.

10. Moroccan Couscous, Chickpeas, and Olives Bowl


Moroccan Couscous, Chickpeas, and Olives Bowl
Nutrient-packed Buddha bowl is a great way to update your diet and help you drop a few pounds along the way. Get the recipe here.

All these Buddha bowls are perfect for your waistline when you enjoy them in moderation. The next time hunger strikes out of the sky, allow yourself to cook one of these bowls.

Patty Jenkins responds to James Cameron calling Wonder Woman a ‘step backwards’

The Titanic director recently slammed the superhero movie claiming it had done little to advance women in Hollywood but despite the backlash, Patty Jenkins, the director behind Wonder Woman had some pretty choice words for the director himself — specifically, he just doesn’t get it.

Patty Jenkins isn’t surprised by Cameron’s comments. Picture: Dia Dipasupil

Patty Jenkins isn’t surprised by Cameron’s comments. Picture: Dia DipasupilSource:Getty Images

Cameron called Wonder Woman a “step backwards”. Picture: Nick Perry

Cameron called Wonder Woman a “step backwards”. Picture: Nick PerrySource:AP

Cameron sat down with The Guardian earlier this week where he took aim at the superhero movie, calling it a “step backwards”.

“All of the self-congratulatory back-patting Hollywood’s been doing over Wonder Woman has been so misguided,” the Avatar director said.

“She’s an objectified icon, and it’s just male Hollywood doing the same old thing! I’m not saying I didn’t like the movie but, to me, it’s a step backwards,” he added.

Jenkins clapped back at his comments with a lengthy post on Twitter earlier today, admitting his comments were “unsurprising”.

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The post has already amassed more than 100,000 likes on Twitter and has been retweeted close to 40,000 times.

Cameron, who is also responsible for directing the Terminator franchise, cited his movie’s female lead Sarah Connor as a better example.

“Sarah Connor was not a beauty icon. She was strong, she was troubled, she was a terrible mother, and she earned the respect of the audience through pure grit,” he said. “And to me, [the benefit of characters like Sarah] is so obvious. I mean, half the audience is female!”

Regardless of Cameron’s comments, there’s no denying Wonder Woman was a huge hit worldwide with its box office numbers smashing all the other movies in the DC Extended Universe.

And this isn’t the first time Jenkins has addressed the issue of women in Hollywood.

At a press conference earlier this week, the Wonder Woman director said the figures had “exceeded all of the projections, although not our own hopes”.

“I hope the success of the film will lead to change and lead to other people getting opportunities,” Jenkins told reporters. “I hope women become a diverse, easy hire for all sorts of jobs in the future.”

Wonder Woman was a huge success.

Wonder Woman was a huge success.Source:Supplied

Wonder Woman director Patty Jenkins hits back at James Cameron criticism

Wonder Woman director Patty Jenkins has hit back after James Cameron called the film a “step backwards” for women.

The Titanic director has called Wonder Woman, played by Gal Gadot, an “objectified icon”.

Patty Jenkins has responded saying “there is no right or wrong kind of powerful woman”.

She pointed out the film’s “massive female audience who made the film a hit… can surely choose and judge their own icons of progress.”

Wonder Woman has broken box office records and is the highest-ever grossing film directed by a woman.

But in an interview with The Guardian James Cameron said “the self-congratulatory back-patting” Hollywood has been doing over Wonder Woman was “misguided”.

“She’s an objectified icon, and it’s just male Hollywood doing the same old thing! I’m not saying I didn’t like the movie but, to me, it’s a step backwards.”

The Oscar-winning director compared the character of Wonder Woman to Sarah Connor, the lead role in his Terminator films.

“Sarah Connor was not a beauty icon. She was strong, she was troubled, she was a terrible mother, and she earned the respect of the audience through pure grit.”


Responding on Twitter Patty Jenkins said that there is not only one way to be a strong woman in film.

“If women always have to be hard, tough and troubled to be strong, and we aren’t free to be multidimensional or celebrate an icon of women everywhere because she is attractive and loving, then we haven’t come very far have we.

“I believe women can and should be EVERYTHING just like male lead characters should be.”

And she admitted she wasn’t surprised by his reaction.

“James Cameron’s inability to understand what Wonder Woman is, or stands for, to women all over the world is unsurprising as, though he is a great film maker he is not a woman.”