A cup of coffee can taste delicious.
Two and more too, although it has been discouraged for years to drink too much coffee.
Bad for the heart.
But a new British study now reassures people who drink coffee every day.
A study funded by the British Heart Foundation has shown that drinking a lot of coffee is not more harmful to the heart than just one or two cups a day.
With the study, researchers refute all previous warnings that too much caffeine is bad for the heart and blood vessels and increases the risk of a heart attack or stroke.
Scientists from Queen Mary University in London now say that drinking 5 to even 25 cups a day is no worse for the arteries than drinking less than one cup a day.
They base their research on more than 8,000 British people.
Researchers discovered that even those who drink up to 25 cups a day have no more stiffened arteries than those who drink less than one cup.
In other words, the influence of coffee on the arteries is as good as zero, according to the research.