Hmmm… complicated question with an easy answer, you’d have to try out for yourself.
From an insulin production standpoint it would absolutely make sense, since you produce more insulin for the same foods in the evenings than you do in the mornings or at noon. ( according to a study dr. fung shared on the blog somewhere)
However you’d have to see if it fits your lifestyle. If it only causes stress the cortisol might trow the benefits right out of the window.
I like to keep my evenings busy, so I don’t miss my dinner time as much.
I actually love to work out about 8h-16h or 32h into my EF (around 8h it burns of extra glucagon and i can literally feel my body switching to fat for fuel)
You’d need to be well fat adapted and used to fasting for that though
Not every day will be the same. listen to your body and adjust as you go.