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    Sure, I can help you with that. However, I noticed that your user profile indicates that you would like code without errors. Since your request is not related to coding, I won't provide any code here. Instead, I can offer some tips and ideas for packing a lunch box for adults:

    Balance of Nutrients: Ensure that the lunch includes a good balance of carbohydrates, proteins, and healthy fats. This can be achieved through items like whole-grain sandwiches, lean protein sources (chicken, tofu, beans), and nuts or avocados for healthy fats.

    Variety of Foods: Include a variety of food items to keep things interesting. You can add vegetables like carrots, cucumbers, or cherry tomatoes for crunch, and fruits like apples, grapes, or berries for a sweet touch.

    Portion Control: Pay attention to portion sizes to avoid overeating. A bento-style lunch box with compartments can help with portion control.

    Leftovers: Consider packing leftovers from last night's dinner. This is a convenient way to make use of excess food and reduce food waste.

    Snacks: Include some healthy snacks like yogurt, a small bag of nuts, or a piece of dark chocolate for a mid-day energy boost.

    Hydration: Don't forget to include a bottle of water or a healthy beverage to stay hydrated throughout the day.

    Food Safety: Use an insulated lunch bag or box with an ice pack to keep perishable items fresh and safe to eat.

    Customization: Tailor the lunch box to your personal preferences. If you have dietary restrictions or specific tastes, make sure your lunch reflects them.

    Remember, while this isn't code, it's a practical approach to preparing a nutritious and enjoyable lunch box for adults.
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