While many believe coffee drinking may be dangerous to the heart, researchers at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center in Boston said moderate of your daily consumption could be beneficial.
Coffee has received a bad reputation in the past for its influence on the heart because animal studies have shown that drinking caffeinated coffee is associated with acutely raised blood pressure.
The American Heart Association currently recommends that heart failure patients drink no more than one to two cups of coffee or other caffeinated beverages per day.
People who are at risk for heart failure who are moderate coffee drinkers should not be told to abstain."
Coffee is not the enemy, and heart failure is not a mystery.
There isn't solid proof. But there are signs of potential health perks -- and a few cautions.