A problem type 1 diabetics, which I have been since early childhood, is that circulatory problems are highly likely to occur.
Therefore doing anything which improves the condition of the circulatory system is beneficial. The fine blood vessels in particular are important.
Serrapeptase, Nattokinase or Natto food and Lumbrokinase could be helpful to remove deposits and open up the circulatory system.
Natto which is a food from Japan contains the Nattokinase enzyme and also contains large amounts of vitamin K which helps keep calcium where is is meant to be in the bones. You can make Natto yourself with soyabeans and Bacillus Natto culture and the correct fermentation conditions. There are many guides on making Natto available on the internet.
Something else which can be very helpful is the enhanced Pauling therapy. This advocates much larger doses of vitamin C than the pitiful RDA levels to reverse circulatory disease which is essential for diabetics IMO. The human body cannot manufacturer Vitamin C unlike many animals which means that it needs to be consumed on a regular basis but the 60mg RDA is far too low to prevent heart and circulatory disease! Statins are a money making con. It's like Omega 6 fats all over again which were claimed to be healthy and they only cause disease, inflammation, heart disease and cancer.
There are also some additional nutrients which help make it more effective. Keeping homocysteine levels low is beneficial and this is something difficult for many diabetics, especially when methylation is compromised which it usually is because of the bacteria which initially causes the autoimmune response which causes type 1 diabetes.
Natural Folates but folic acid is best avoided in case you have genetic problems with folate metabolism which can cause functional folate deficiency when folic acid is consumed, this does not affect everyone but it is a risk. Vitamin B6, B12 are all helpful to diabetics as these help lower homocysteine. TriMethylGlycine (TMG) is also helpful as it can also help lower homocysteine. Serine amino acid is also required along with B6 but normal food should supply this.
You must be careful when using these products as it is likely to affect the blood glucose and could lower the need for insulin ie hypoglycemia. Monitor very carefully if you start using them.
BTW I could offer FLP products but I wont as other things would provide better results. I could until recently offer Herbalife Aloe Gel which is a better product IMO but again I will not. These are all multilevel marketing companies BTW. Colloidal Silver
sprayed onto the wound might provide more effect. Biofilms can prevent wound healing in diabetics and bacteria presence is high on the feet. Defeating those can be difficult. DMSO could be helpful with CS. A gel/cream of both would be best.