I pour about 4 tablespoons into my coffee daily. Also, I'll dump a half cup onto a fruit bowl (like a sliced banana or some blueberries or both). Also, sometimes I'll chase a little snack with a couple spoonfuls of cream just because I like to end on that. We go through about 3-4 pints per week. Just stay away from the heavy cream with additives in it. Get the ones with only one single ingredient, cream. If you are getting it from an establishment, be CERTAIN to ask them to see the ingredients, especially since you are drinking that much of it daily. And as Richard noted, don't get ultra pasteurized.
If you tolerate it well, cream is good, and very satiating.
Update: Wow. Ya know... it's really cool to see archived answers pop up on the grid. LadyAdmin just commented on this below so I took a look at this again. Look at how much cream I used to consume. 3-4 pints per week. That's 2 gallons per month!! Yes cream is good, and very satiating. That is still a true statement, but I have come to learn that just because a food is free of additives doesn't mean swallowing gallons of it every month is a healthy thing to do. That's too much sat fat from palmitic acid. I haven't bought heavy cream for several months, and now I probably have about 1 pint of Trader Joes organic half and half per month on average. What a difference.