Well this news should have all coffee lovers excited. According to a British survey, coffee isn't that bad for you heart health.

According to FOX News, a study looked at over 8,000 participants who drank coffee everyday. While most stuck to about 5 cups of coffee a day, some participants drank up to 25 cups of coffee a day. The impact on their health? Not much.

“Despite the huge popularity of coffee worldwide, different reports could put people off from enjoying it. Whilst we can’t prove a causal link in this study, our research indicates coffee isn’t as bad for the arteries as previous studies would suggest," Dr. Kenneth Fung, who led the data analysis for the research, said.

Analyzing more than 8,000 people in the United Kingdom, the study divided people into three groups depending on their coffee consumption. Fung said that while the study did include people who drank up to 25 cups per day, the average amount of coffee participants drank was five cups per day.

"We would like to study these people more closely in our future work so that we can help to advise safe limits," he said of those who drank the latter.

The science on this may not be completely settled though. In May, another study said drinking 6 or more cups a day would impact your heart health.

The safe bet? Everything in moderation.